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Updated February 24, The death of Charlotte Dawson has Australia reflecting on depression and the increasing incidence of cyberbullying via social media websites. Dawson, a prominent campaigner against cyberbullying, was found dead in her Sydney apartment on Saturday.

The former model was hospitalised after an attempted suicide in when she received a torrent of online abuse on Twitter, including from one troll who urged Dawson to hang herself. Kate Carnell, the chief executive of Beyond Blue which campaigns to raise awareness about depression, says that bullying via social media can be a major factor in triggering mental health issues.

In Dawson, who had more than 53, followers on Twitter, re-tweeted messages directed at her from abusers in order to expose their behaviour. Ms Carnell is urging those who suffer online bullying not to suffer in silence but report abuse and to talk about their suffering.

Tell someone. A Federal Government scheme that handles complaints about hateful material on social media sites persuaded Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Yahoo to up to its guidelines last year. The Coalition Government is currently considering introducing a legally binding scheme that will include civil penalties and a simplified cyberbullying offence deed to make the prosecution of cyber trolls easier. Likening cyberbullying to the phenomena of workplace bullying, Ms Carnell said: "We need to have real penalties in place for people who engage in bullying.

Meanwhile, tributes continued to pour in for the former model, including from New Zealand prime minister John Key, who said he was "shocked and saddened to hear of Charlotte Dawson's death".

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Actor Russell Crowe, a friend of Dawson's since they were teenagers, said: "Just don't understand. There's not enough kind souls as it is". Dawson's body was discovered in her luxury waterside apartment in Woolloomooloo, Sydney, just hours before the property was due to be sold at auction. Topics: social-mediasuicideinformation-and-communicationinternet-culturebullyingwoolloomoolooaustralia.

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