Cyber bullying

cyber bullying
Cyber bullying is any form of bullying which takes place online or through smartphones and tablets. Social networking sites, messaging apps, gami...
bullying on social networks
With the increase of social networking sites, online activity and messaging apps, cyberbullying is on the increase. In a survey by Ditch the Labe...
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Cyber bullying affects people from any age or walk of life, including children, teens and adults who all feel very dis...
dealing with cyberbullying
It's very upsetting to get abusive emails, instant messages and to have nasty websites or social network profiles set up to invite people to post offe...
staying safe on Twitter
Twitter is a very popular social network used by many different age groups, and especially used by many celebrities to keep in touch with fans and by ...
girls on a computer
The internet is great fun but it does have dangers and we want you to be safe online. When you join a chatroom you'll find people are very f...
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Anyone can set up a professional-looking website. All it takes is a simple software package and a couple of hours. Just because these sites don't...
being bullied by phone
We receive numerous complaints about bullying with mobile phones which has led to the suicide of a teenage girl from Liverpool and which causes misery...
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If you have teenagers or children who are on Facebook, you may have heard about a new trend called “Hot or Not”. This is where children an...
advice if you've been happy slapped
Happy slapping is an inaccurate description for an assault in which the attack is filmed. There's nothing happy about it and it is should be taken ser...

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