2. types of cyberbullying
Harassment involves the bully sending offensive and malicious messages to an individual or a group and is often repeated multiple times. Cyberstalking is one form of harassment that involves continual threatening and rude messages, and can lead to physical harassment in the real, offline world.
Flaming is similar to harassment, but it refers to an online fight exchanged via emails, instant messaging or chat rooms. It is a type of public bullying that often directs harsh languages, or images to a specific person.
Exclusion is the act of intentionally singling out and leaving a person out from an online group such as chats and sites. The group then subsequently leave malicious comments and harass the one they singled out.
Outing is when a bully shares personal and private information, pictures, or videos about someone publicly. A person is “outed” when his information has been disseminated throughout the internet.
Masquerading is a situation where a bully creates a fake identity to harass someone anonymously. In addition to creating a fake identity, the bully can impersonate someone else to send malicious messages to the victim.
3. How can we stop it? What can we do? -
1. Don't retaliate 2.Don't respond 3. Save the evidence 4. Block the bully 5. Reach out for help 6. Don't be a bully
4. Where can I get help? - If you have a problem with special media and people that are doing something that is wrong that can not be a mystery you have to tell it someone. First you have to tell it to your parents bacause they are taking care of you, you can go also to teacher from your school. If the the situation comes out of control you can go to the police.