Site Rules & Guidelines

Beyond Bullies Online Guidelines


You must be at least 13-years-old and under 18-years-old to post messages in discussion board or IM teen leaders on the Beyond Bullies Online Teen Support program

E-mail Restrictions

Forums and Discussion Boards

Copy and Pasting Posts by other Members

IM with Mentor or Posting on Forums

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Confidentiality Agreement

Beyond Bullies is committed to making this Web site a safe and enjoyable place for you. We understand how painful bullying and cyber bullying is and want to offer you an online community with discussion boards, private chat and ways to communicate with teens who are bullied and cyber bullied.

You are not alone. Teen Leaders will not judge you. Whether you are being teased, having rumors spread about you or if someone is using a social networking site to destroy your reputation, a teen leader is online to help you feel less alienated and scared.

The pain, suffering and loneliness can be overwhelming. They can help with basic bullying issues, but if you abused by an adult or minor, seriously depressed or suicidal, mentors will contact the Beyond Bullies program director.

Teen Leaders train not to discuss personal conversations with anyone except the program director. However, Beyond Bullies cannot guarantee the confidentiality of any information disclosed to teen leaders or registered users. Beyond Bullies has strict guidelines against any personal identifiers, including real names, phone numbers and names of bullies, used on the Web site, and accepts no responsibility for the misuse or distribution of any personal information that users voluntarily disclose on the site.

The Beyond Bullies program staff may review any content whether publicly or privately, at any time. In some instances, we may share this information with your parents, school, local authority or the police, if we think you are in danger. We will try to tell you, if we need to contact an adult.

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Disclaimers & Liability


Due to limited resources and the volunteer nature of the Beyond Bullies Online Teen Support program, Beyond Bullies cannot guarantee that online teen leaders and targets of bullying will actively be using the website. Additionally, by using this site, the user expressly waives any and all claims against Beyond Bullies, Inc. Beyond Bullies does not warrant that such services will be appropriate, error-free, or free from computer viruses or other harmful materials. Beyond Bullies and its associates or its staff will not be liable to any body for any damages whatsoever that may result from the use or misuse of services provided by Beyond Bullies, including any indirect, consequential, exemplary, incidental, special or punitive damages, lost profits or lost data. Beyond Bullies disclaims all warranties, whether express or implied permitted by law.


Teen Leaders do not take the place of parents. They are a positive force and are online to offer support and resources

If teen leaders believe you are harming yourself, others or experiencing suicidal thoughts, they will contact the executive director at Beyond Bullies who will speak to a supportive adult, teacher or law enforcement officer.

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