Cyberbullying is bullying with the use of digital technologies. It can take place on social media, messaging platforms, gaming platforms and mobile phones. It is repeated behaviour, aimed at scaring, angering or those who are targeted.For example:Spreading lies about or posting embarrassing photos or someone on social media sending hurtful messages Impersonating someone
what is cyber bullying?
who should you find?
It's important to tell someone. Stopping bullying often needs other people's help and involvement. Just talking about it with someone can help you feel better. Talk to a friend or someone else who can listen to you. Make sure you are clear to the person you tell what you want them to do — do you want them to listen, be supportive, give you advice, suggest some strategies, or help you report to the school?
what is the effect of Cyberbullying
The feeling of being laughed at or harassed by others, can prevent people from speaking up or trying to deal with the problem. In extreme cases, cyberbullying can even lead to people taking their own lives. Mentally-feeling upset, embarrassed, stupid or even angry.Emotionally — feeling ashamed or losing interest in the things you love