WHAT IS BULLYING, PART 3 OF 4: CYBERBULLYING

WHAT IS BULLYING, PART 3 OF 4: CYBERBULLYING

With a focus on bullying from both school and law enforcement, Z107.7 continues our 4-part series on types of bullying. Today, in part 3 of 4, Sheriff’s Service Specialist Anita Baker describes cyberbullying…
Cyberbullying can be irritating, embarrassing, hurtful, and even dangerous. Cyberbullying is the most common with today’s technology. It involves the use of digital technology, such as mobile phones or Internet to cause harm to others by creating false profiles and websites; posting embarrassing, hurtful, or harmful information on social websites; posting inappropriate or embarrassing pictures or videos; and sending mean, untrue, or hurtful text messages.

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