What is cyberbullying?


Cyberbullying is when an individual or group deliberately harasses or harms another individual or group via IT networks.

Cyberbullying could include messages or communications that aim to intimidate, humiliate, discredit, control or manipulate another person. These messages are always deliberate and often repeated in order to harm the victim. A cyberbully does not necessarily have to know the person they are targeting and may direct hostile messages anonymously.

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