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1. data indicate that text bullying has become more popular than classic bullying. The statistics display that this form of cyber bullying is particularly “attractive” to young girls more than boys.

2. an electronic message sent over a cellular network from one cell phone to another by typing words

3. Depression and/or anxiety symptoms;

4. Don’t respond to and don’t forward cyberbullying messages. Keep evidence of cyberbullying.


6. the act of harassing someone online by sending or posting mean messages, usually anonymously

7. In order to prevent cyberbullying it is important to recognize the risk factors and which members of our youth are more likely to be targeted for cyberbullying than others.

8. Emotional distress: anger, frustration, embarrassment, sadness, fear, depression

9. Know that it’s not your fault. Don’t respond or retaliate. Save the evidence. Tell the person to stop. Reach out for help Use available tech tools. Protect your accounts. If someone you know is being bullied, take action.

10. Record the dates, times, and descriptions of instances when cyberbullying has occurred. .

11. Save and print screenshots, emails, and text messages. Use this evidence to report cyberbullying to web and cell phone service providers. Block the person who is cyberbullying

12. By recognizing these risk factors we can better prepare and educate youth about the dangers of cyberbullying and how to protect oneself.


14. Internet privacy is the privacy and security level of personal data published via the Internet.

15. Do not reveal personal information inadvertently.

16. Keep a "clean" e-mail address.

17. Don't reveal personal details to strangers or just-met "friends".

18. Realize you may be monitored at work, avoid sending highly personal e-mail to mailing lists, and keep sensitive files on your home computer.

19. Socially withdrawing from other students;

20. Victims who may be driven to commit violence themselves

21. In extreme cases, suicide can sometimes result.

22. Interference with school work or job performance

23. Quit job, drop out or switch schools

24. Delinquency and violence

25. Substance abuse Possession of weapons on school grounds Suicide