ALBANY - The state Assembly has passed legislation aimed at helping to combat cyberbullying.The legislation, passed in the Senate yesterday, would require schools to take immediate action to put a stop to harassment and bullying in school. The bill would also require school employees who notice bullying to report it to a principal or superintendent within one day of the incident.State Sen. Jeff Klein (D-34th District) says he believes this is a step in the right direction, but that criminal laws must be updated for the digital age. Klein introduced a bill in January that would make cyberbullying a criminal act and says he is hoping to have it passed by year's end.