Ask the Judge has lists of common questions teens and their families ask about teens' rights in the legal world. This website allows parents and teens to ask questions, answers questions, and links to current issues and discussion around teens' rights. Special topics to note include cyberbullying, teen internet use policies, Title IX and answers about the juvenile court system.
A Thin Line was developed by MTV to help teens end digital abuse. There's a quiz to help you understand your rights and suggestions of where to go/what to do to get help. Though digital abuse can make you feel isolated, you are not alone. Visit The Thin Line to learn more about ending digital violence.
The Center for Safe and Responsible Internet Use is especially useful for educators and parents. Though there are many professional resources here, there are also research articles and reports on the latest issues in cybersafety. Nancy Willard has a book that is especially useful for parents and teachers called Cyberbullying and Cyberthreats.