Children who cyber bully can wreak havoc any time of the day or night.
Victims of cyber bullying often do not report it because of: (1) fear of retribution from their tormentors, and (2) fear that their computer or phone privileges will be taken away.
Common Forms of Cyber Bullying Cyber bullying can take many forms.
However, there are six forms that are the most common.* Distributing information about another that is derogatory and untrue through posting it on a Web page, sending it to others through email or instant messaging, or posting or sending digitally altered photos of someone Repeatedly sending messages that include threats of harm or are highly intimidating, or engaging in other online activities that make a person afraid for his or her safety (depending on the content of the message, it may be illegal) What are the Warning Signs of Cyber Bullying?
Ironically, it is their very anonymity that allows some individuals to bully at all.
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Often, adults' responses to cyber bullying are to remove the technology from a victim - which in their eyes can be seen as punishment.
Most traditional bullying episodes occur in the presence of other people who assume the role of bystanders or witnesses.