New York State -- A new law against online harrassment took effect Sunday.
The Dignity For All Students Act requires schools to report all incidents of online harrassment involving students.
The law gives school officials the ability to punish students, but stops short of making cyberbullying a crime.
A measure in Monroe County would make cyberbullying punishable by a $1,000 fine and up to a year in jail. That measure still needs the County Executive's signature before it would go into effect.