Cyber bulling is bulling, insulting or threatening the victim by means of electronic communication, such as social media messages, instant messages, emails and text messages. Cyberbullying or online bulling has its roots in the same darker areas of human psychology as conventional bullying,


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Unfortunately, cyberbullying seems as indestructible as the meanness of some people

The number of cyberbullying tragedies continues to grow dramatically each year.

What is cyberbullying on the Internet?

Internet bullying, or cyber bulling, is deliberate insults, threats, defamation and the communication of compromising information to others through modern means of communication, usually over an extended period of time. Part of cyberculture.

Why does cyberbullying happen?

  • Bulling is usually caused by the following:
  • Leadership struggles.
  • The clash of different subcultures, values, attitudes and the inability to tolerate them
  • Aggressiveness and victimisation
  • Exposure to mental or physical abuse
  • Low self-esteem
  • Envy
  • Lack of meaningful leisure activities

What is bullying against children?

Bullying ("bulling", "taunting", "bullying") is a systematic act of aggression (verbal, psychological or physical) against one or more victims. Bullying and harassment are synonymous and describe the same phenomenon.

What is the penalty for bullying at school?

There is no legal definition of "bulling" and no liability for it. The instigators of bulling may, however, be prosecuted for the acts that constitute bullying: insults, beatings and threats. Depending on the nature of the act, perpetrators, including minors, may be held administratively, criminally or civilly liable.

Examples of cyber bulling

Offensive comments on photos and posts, rude posts in correspondence or on the wall, publishing personal details or photos without the owner's consent, are all examples of cyberbullying. How does cyberbullying work? Bulling online is primarily caused by the use of insults and threats.

How does cyber bulling arise?

Cyberbullying or online bulling has its roots in the same darker areas of human psychology as conventional bullying, where the aggressor chooses to spread influence or power by insulting the victim (especially if they are known to be weaker and unable to respond), thereby increasing their social status. Cyber bullies most often publish their insults anonymously, hiding behind an assumed name, but may also speak under their own name, often if the victim is known to be weaker and does not pose a threat to the aggressor. Most cyber bullies are only able to speak out online; in real life, they do not have the courage to say such things to the victim's face.

How do you recognise cyber bulling?

Any derogatory, offensive or threatening message sent electronically is cyberbullying. It also includes derogatory photos or videos posted on Facebook or YouTube without the victim's consent. Fake social media profiles or websites created to defame the victim also fall into the category of cyber bulling. While the tools and tactics used by cyber bullies are obvious at first glance, the greatest challenge in combating cyber bulling is admitting to shamed or frightened victims that they are victims of cyber bullies.

How do we stop cyber bulling?

. Trying to stop their perpetrators from publishing defamatory content, whether through a social networking post, website or video is no less daunting - it takes an incredibly complicated process for a site administrator to remove content. Even if this can be done, there are likely to be copies of the material already published, making it virtually impossible to remove it permanently and irretrievably from the network.

How can we help prevent cyberbullying?

  • Block the accounts of the aggressors they are using to spread their hatred
  • Report cyberbullying to service providers like Facebook or Twitter
  • Protect your passwords, including those used on mobile devices

Protect yourself from cyber bulling

Pretty much anyone with a smartphone or tablet using Twitter, WhatsApp, Snapchat, Facebook, YouTube or any other social network can be a target for cyberbullying. Of course, not using social media would be the most effective way to protect against cyber bulling, but it is an extreme measure. It is much better to keep an open dialogue with those around you, encouraging them to seek help if they become victims of bullying online. Remember that cyber bullies rarely focus on their victims for long periods of time - bullying will not last. Keep your accounts safe with Avast Password Solutions.