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Oneida County Officials Back Cyberbullying Legislation

Jim Rondenelli, WIBX

Oneida County officials, including County Executive Anthony Picente, District Attorney Scott McNamara and Sheriff Rob Maciol, are calling for the passage of an anti-cyber bullying law.

The legislation is sponsored by legislator Harmony Speciale.

It would make cyberbullying a misdemeanor with a fine of $500 to $1,000 and/or one year in prison.

McNamara says he hopes the new law will serve a deterrent.

County lawmakers will vote on the legislation at their November 13th meeting.

Four other counties in the state have similar anti-cyberbullying laws.

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