The results of cyber-bullying are "disastrous," Westberg Warren said, especially young children and teens.
"Parents need to be partners with their kids online. It's really, really critical in this day and age. The damage can be so wide spread," she said.
She added that parents should set guidelines and boundaries for their children and keep a close watch on their children's computer usage.
"In this case, it's important to realize that the law is trying to catch up with how to give legal consequences to so many things that [happen] on the Internet. I think it's good, the judgment [in this case]? but the law cannot prevent these things from happening. It's up to us to educate the next generation," she said.