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Cyberbullying. Noun. The use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature. People especially, teenagers use this to threaten, hurt and intimidate others.
They do so for fun or because they have something to gain. Cyberbullying can be done through many social media platforms. Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter or through calls and text.
If one suffers from cyberbullying there are a variety of ways in which support can be found and used. The number one way to deal with cyberbullying is to remove the person from your social media accounts and block them.
If that still does not work inform a responsible adult such as a parent or guardian. Another way if you are not confident is to call anonymously to a help line such as kids help line.
There are many ways to avoid cyberbullying in the future. If some one is bullying someone they should not retaliate back or reply as it will cause them to do it further.
You can avoid contacting people who you don't trust as it could lead to you being bullied. The key to not being cyber bullied is to change the privacy setting on all social media sites if you are concerned someone will target you.
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