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Cyber bullying
Updated: 9/1/2020
Cyber bullying
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  • Harassment is a broad category under which many types of cyberbullying fall into, but it generally refers to a sustained and constant pattern of hurtful or threatening online messages sent with the intention of doing harm to someone.
  • James You'll never be anything, Just give up. Pathetic moron. Would be better if you weren't around.
  • Harassment
  • Outing, also known as doxing, refers to the act of openly revealing sensitive or personal information about someone without their consent for purposes of embarrassing or humiliating them.
  • Shara-Cry baby Bethany pees the bed Jason-Hahahah
  • Outing
  • I can see you, you can never hide from me
  • Cyberstalking is a particularly serious form of cyberbullying that can extend to threats of physical harm to the child being targeted. It can include monitoring, false accusations, threats, and is often accompanied by offline stalking.
  • Cyber Stalking
  • I swear I didn't post that!
  • Fraping is when a bully uses your child’s social networking accounts to post inappropriate content with their name.
  • Frapping
  • Well it clearly says your name on the account!
  • This type of online bullying constitutes of posting about or directly sending insults and profanity to their target.
  • I know, right?! His face is a literal crime.
  • Gosh, Jacob is so ugly,
  • Flaming
  • I'm being cyberbullied
  • Tell a parent or teacher
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