Tina Meier was on the Today show this morning to discuss last week's verdict in the case against Lori Drew for harassing her daughter on MySpace. Though Drew was only convicted of three misdemeanors, but found not guilty of felony hacking charges, Meier says she still feels going through the trial was worth it. "It is not about vengeance," says Meier, "it's about bringing justice to Megan and all of the kids who have to endure this every single day." Clip above.
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So does that mean that kids who engage in similar cyber-bullying can be prosecuted the way Lori Drew was? Is that what she means?
I wasn't sure if this case really qualified as a legal precedent.