This can happen on social media, chat platforms, gaming platforms, and mobile phones. Cyberbullying is repetitive behavior intended to scare, anger, or embarrass those who are being targeted.
-Spreading lies about someone or posting embarrassing photos about someone on social media
-Send hurtful messages or threats via chat platforms, write hurtful words in the comments on social media, or post something embarrassing/hurtful
- Impersonating or impersonating someone (e.g. with a fake account or logging in through someone's account) and sending malicious messages to others on their behalf.
-Direct or face-to-face bullying and cyberbullying can often occur together. But cyberbullying leaves a digital footprint – a record or record that can be useful and provide evidence when helping to stop this misbehavior.
Am I being bullied online?