Recent Examples of cyberbullying from the Web
Educators teach digital citizenship, which includes components of cyberbullying.
Cyberbullying can occur with any electronic devise, including cell phones, computers, and tablets.
Victims of cyberbullying are more likely to suffer from sleep problems, depression, and anxiety, according to the CDC.
Intense cases of cyberbullying have led to victims taking their own lives.
According to a study by McAfee, 87 percent of teens have observed cyberbullying (McAfee, 2014 Teens and the Screen study: Exploring Online Privacy, Social Networking and Cyberbullying).
Taylor was also subjected to a cyberbullying campaign by a white supremacist group on social media.
His unidentified ex-girlfriend, a high school student hoping to attend UCF, went to her hometown sheriff's office and the university with her complaint of cyberbullying.
Days after being arrested in Georgia, Aaron Carter sat down with Entertainment Tonight to discuss his health, cyberbullying, and his current relationship with brother Nick.
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