cyberbully

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cyberbully

A person who uses the Internet to harass or intimidate someone else. An email 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 email spoofing and rage.
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It's important that when cyberbullying happens that you work to support your child and ensure their wellbeing is not adversely affected.
and the difference between cyberbullying and other types of bullying.
Specifically, tweens and teens--and, in some instances, even younger kids--who are engaged in cyberbullying often exhibit behavior changes, just as victims do.
A string of widely reported cases involving young white, middle-class female victims of cyberbullying in several countries including Canada and the United States has catapulted this phenomenon into the news.
Cyberbullying involves unwanted aggressive behaviours that may harm, threaten, demoralise or embarrass the person on the receiving end.
Although the case of Hannah Smith is an anomaly because cyberbullying did not seem to take place, it nonetheless joins a long list of actual cyberbullying incidents on social media platforms that drew public attention because of their connection to self-harm (Bazelon, 2013).
Ms Palaszczuk will be asking the Prime Minister, State Premiers and Chief Ministers, at the meeting of the Council of Australian Governments in Canberra today, to be part of a national response to combat bullying, particularly cyberbullying.
As technology evolves continuously, cyberbullying originally was restricted to the sending of e-mails and texts.
New Zealand workplaces are no strangers to issues of bullying, harassment, and violence, but the arrival of cyberbullying presents certain unique challenges and complexities for organisations to navigate.
Cyberbullying is a growing issue faced by many individuals in many forms.
Personal statement: "I raise awareness about the silent pandemic of cyberbullying by forging partnerships with governmental and socially impactful organizations, while at the same time mastering advanced programming and technology skills.