Her family still wants justice against a group of boys who, they say, sexually assaulted the 17-year-old girl while she was drunk at a party, photographed the incident and spread the photos throughout the school.
A new report detailed on Monday won't lay blame for Parsons' death, but it will give that school a better chance at stopping the next case of cyberbullying.
Parsons hung herself on April 4, and was pulled from life support on April 7, sending her family on a grief-fueled quest for justice in a case many in Canada have come to view as death by cyberbullying. Prime Minister Stephen Harper has vowed changes ans the Nova Scotia launched a specialized investigative unit.
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