Cyberbullying or cyberharassment is a form of bullying or harassment using electronic means. It is also known as online bullying. Cyberbullying has become increasingly common, especially among teenagers, but it may surprise you that as much as 40% of adults have been victims of cyberbullying too.

Types of Cyberbullying

  • Harassment –  Continual offensive, threatening messages
  • Flaming – Harsh, angry and vulgar messages
  • Cyber Stalking – Instil fear through surveillance
  • Exclusion – Unfairly excluding people from online groups
  • Outing – Publicly sharing private, sensitive or embarrassing information
  • Impersonation – Using fake identities or profiles
  • Denigration – Spreading gossip and rumours

Ways of Dealing with Cyber Bullying

  • Tell someone
  • Unfriend that person
  • Block them
  • Report them

Our Cyberbullying Module

Bullies used to stay on the playground - now they live on the web. Our cyberbullying module will teach you how to deal with online bullies as an adult in both your private and work environment.

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