cyberbully

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cyberbully

A person who uses the Internet to harass or intimidate someone else. An e-mail message with a phony from: address is a common way to reach someone without identifying the sender. An "anonymous blog" keeps the writer's identity a secret and allows the blogger to make harmful comments about someone else. See e-mail spoofing and rage.
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Centel Media encourages brands to be proactive in maintaining their online reputations, in order to protect themselves and their staff from the potential threats of cyber bullying.
Cyber bullying is defined as the use of technology-based communication, including cellular phones, email, instant messaging, and social networks, which aims to create a nuisance or threat to individuals via message or online expression (Brady, 2010).
While responsibility for dealing with cyber bullying is shared across society, the victim must remain our central focus.
The Bullying Academy is already being used successfully in scores of schools throughout New Jersey and across the country and is quickly becoming the leading online educational source for schools to teach kids about bullying and cyber bullying.
According to Australian cyber bullying expert, former police officer Susan McLean, more and more parents approach her every day to seek help for their children who are victims of online bullies.
Only 12% believe cyber bullying is more serious than traditional bullying, and 66% believe parents should police children's internet use.
NEW YORK, July 15, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- ENACT is proud to be kicking off the New York City Cyber Bullying Summit on July 18th, at TheTimesCenter, 242 West 41st Street, hosted by New York City Council Speaker Christine C.
Cyber bullying includes sending or posting awful messages and photos through the Internet in a couple of weeks.
But today Bully busters co-ordinator Kayte Eaton said it was clear cyber bullying was a growing menace outside school hours.
CYBER bullying is a serious threat to children's mental health and must be taken seriously by parents and schools.
Students in the Know (SITK) is a non-profit foundation created to educate Middle school students about bullying and cyber bullying, in an effort to improve the quality of our communities.
To limit someone's cellphone usage to their friends to avoid cyber-bulling goes against how most cyber bullying plays out," Stuff.