published 2 Aug 2016
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Bullying has been an unpleasant experience for many children across a number of generations, so it was unfortunately an inevitable consequence of changes in technology, that bullying would evolve to an online arena.
Cyberbullying might take a different form to the bullying that may be witnessed in a playground but it has equally devastating consequences for the victims who may have been targeted via social media sites or through texts arriving on their mobile phone.
This guide takes a look at exactly what cyberbullying is and provides some useful insights on how to stop it.
For more information on preventing cyberbullying and what to do if you’re experiencing cyberbullying ConnectSafely.org and the Cyberbullying Research Center has many resources for teens, parents and educators.