Cyberbullying by: Anders ernberg

Cyberbullying is the use of technology and electronic communication to bully someone. Examples of cyberbullying are mean text messages or emails, rumors sent by email or posted on social networking sites, and embarrassing pictures, videos, websites, or fake profiles.
The biggest difference between bullying and cyberbullying is cyberbullying is on computer and the bully can attack 24/7 and there is no escape. In bullying you can escape whenever you leave school or the place you are bullied. They are alike because both ways are targeting one person to try and make them feel bad.
Cyberbullying makes the victim feel stressed and fear. They also feel anxious, depressed, and can ruin their self esteem. The reason why bullies usually become bullies is because they have a problem in their life that makes them feel they should hurt an innocent victim.
Cyberbullies can face serious consequences. Some include federal charge, prosecution under stalker laws, criminal charges, school suspensions, internet Service Provider account closure and/or banishment.
A bystander is someone who watched bullying happen but doesn't get involved. An upstander is a person who knows what's happening is wrong and does something to make things right. Don't be a bystander, be an upstander.

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