The Department of Education is just saying "no" to sexting! And cyberbullying, for that matter. According to the Daily News, public school kids will be banned from the controversial means of communication, even when they're off school grounds. Under the proposed rules, kids will face 90 day suspensions if they're caught in the act. Bayside High School PTA President David Solano said that they need to take control, because "it comes down to the fact that these kids are just lawless." However, the NYCLU's Donna Lieberman supports kids' right to sext, and believes these new rules could end up punishing kids for "harmless love notes."