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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I write in response to the article"When The Cyberbully Is You' published on May 12.
A cyberbully is looking for attention and giving them a response only feeds this need and makes them feel more powerful.
Young children have very differing opinions on what a cyberbully looks like
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I promise to be aware of what I say and do on line, how my actions impact others, and will not become a cyberbully.
s anonymous legal pursuit of the identity of her cyberbully.
Some of the methods students can use to cyberbully others include:
The child who is being bullied should immediately stop engaging with the cyberbully, and then block and report the cyberbully.
The demands on schools to tackle the cyberbully will continue to grow.
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Learn some ways to protect oneself from cyberbully attacks.
In addition, cyberbully victims fear that adults will take away their Internet access, mobile phone, or computer (Belsey, n.