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Introduction: Hello, and welcome to the Anti-Cybullying webpage. This will show you the causes of cyberbullying, and how to evade it. Did you know that more than 70% of teenagers commit suicide due to cyberbullying? This webpage will show you the effects on it, and how it can be stopped

Bullying: Bullying is agressive behavior that involves unwanted, negative actions. (Dan Olweus)

Cyberbullying: Cyberbully is when a child is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated, embarrassed or targeted by another child using the Internet, mobile phone, or other type of digital technology.

Types of Cyberbuillying:
  • Degradation - This would be the use of rumors and unfounded gossip in an attempt to break up the friendships the victim might have with others or to damage the kid's reputation.Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/4614885
  • Impersonation - The taking on of a false identity pretending to be the victim and send or posts material to damage the child's reputation or get them into trouble.Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/4614885
  • Harassment - This is the constant and unrelenting sending of offensive, insulting, rude and harassing messages over the internet or cell phone to the Cyber Bullying Victim.
  • Flaming - This a very aggressive and abrasive form of intimidation used by the aggressor using vulgar and angry language with the intent to start fights with the teenager or preteen.

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/4614885

  • Text Messaging - This is where they enlists friends to help send thousands of messages to the victim's cell phone running up their phone bill and getting them into trouble with parents.

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/4614885

Types of technology used in Cyberbullying:
  • Desktop
  • Cellphone
  • Youtube Messagesexternal image stop_cyber_bullying_anti_cyberbully_gear_sticker-p217617440246110994z85xz_400.jpg
  • Videogame Communication


Here are some dramatic stories about what people go through in this "torture on text."

How People Are Effected By Cyberbullying:

There are many indivisuals around the world that are against cyberbullying. They take this seriuosly because either they have been effected by cyberbullying from an oppisite standpoint, or they have expirenced it themself as the victim. Here are links below for more info.

What To Do If Cyberbullied:

If I were in the mix of cyberbullying as the victim, there would be many ways that I would handle it. For instance tell an adult, block, or never go further on the situation. Here are several links below for more.


In this generation, many young indivisuals are repedetly being tampered on the internet. Many teenagers comitted suicide due to the all of the messages that they recive on many social sources.
  • Facebook
  • Twitter

  • E-Mail
  • Chat Rooms
  • Videogame Communication
  • Cellphone Messages


There are many stories of the victims that have been affected by cyberbullying. Their trajic events are some of the ways that a child suffers through cyberbullying. Here are the links for more.

How Cyberbullying affects the Victim:

Throughout the experience, many victims that are affect by cyberbullying have been going through depression, guilt, and in the process of asking themselves "Why was I born?" Here are the links for more info.

What do you do when cyberbullyied:

There can be many ways that you can act against cyberbullying. One of them can be to report the person to a guardian, or block the person and prevent yourself from going any further, Here are the links for more.

Recources/Lessons for Teachers on Cyberbullying:

Here are some recources and lessons for teachers on cyberbullyng.

Cyberbullying Videos: (In Links)

Cyberbullying Hotlines:

Here are the cyberbullying hotlines where they have conversations with you about it.
  • 1-866-444-6996
  • 1-877-NO-BULLY
  • 617-534-5050
  • 1800 55 1800

A Message For The Parents:

The links below are to help parents better understand modern bullying and what can be done to help their children if bullied and to prevent them from being bullying.