Schools in Massachusetts' Bristol and Plymouth counties will be the first in the nation to use a new computer game to educate children about bullying over cell phones and the internet, reports the Taunton Daily Gazette. Canadian software company LiveWires, through a partnership with the two counties' district attorneys, is providing the schools with its computer game "Braincells," which was designed to educate children about cyber bullying and cell-phone hackers.?"I believe this program will be a very inexpensive and effective way to educate children about bullying over the internet and cell phones," Bristol County District Attorney Sam Sutter said during...

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