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SEC 2 Definition of Bullying - Bullying is committed when a minor student commits a series of two or more acts directed towards another minor student, or a series of single acts directed towards several minor students in a school setting or a place of learning, with the intent to constitute harassment, intimidation, force or humiliation. Such acts consist of any or more of the following:

Threats to a person with the infliction upon the person, honor or property of the person or of his family or any wrong; Stalking or constantly following or pursuing a person in his daily activities with unwanted, obsessive attention; Theft; Public humiliation or public and malicious, imputation of a crime or of a vice of defect, real or imaginary, or any act, omission, condition, status, or circumstance ending to cause the dishonor, discredit or contempt against a person; Deliberate destruction, defacement or damage of another's property; physical violence committed upon a minor student, which mayor may not result to harm or injury, with or without the aid of a weapon. Such violence may be in the form of mauling, hitting, punching, kicking, throwing things at a student, pinching, spanking, or other similar acts; Demanding, requesting or requiring sexual or monetary favors, or demands property from a minor student; and Restraining the liberty and freedom of a minor student

SEC. 3. Cyber-bullying is any conduct defined in Section 2 of this Act which are made tlu'ough electronic devices such as, 'bust are not limited to texting, instant messaging, chatting, Internet and social networking websites. For purposes of this Act, the phrase "acts of bullying" shall include the acts enumerated under Section 2 and Cyber-bullying as defined under this Section.

SEC. 4. School policy - All schools, colleges or...
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