Cyber-bullying is the use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature.


  • 52% of teenagers have reported being cyber-bullied
  • 95% of teens have witnessed bullying over the internet but have ignored it
  • 33% of teens have actually reported there bully
  • Cyber-bullying affects everyone no matter gender, age or race. Boys are more likely to be cyber-bullied though

  • Report the incident
- On Facebook you can report someone without the bully knowing who reported it, other social medias are like this too.

  • Save the moments you have been bullied as proof to show authority's.
  • Anyone who has witnessed someone being cyber-bullied should report it also, just watching something happen won't stop the problem.