Cyberbullying: How people respond


The definition of cyberbullying is “the use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature.” Cyberbullying has been a problem since early 2000.

Most common social media sites for cyberbullying include Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter. The Sun takes a look at some statistics showing how people respond to cyberbullying and how witnesses react to seeing or hearing about others being bullied on social media.

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