Cyberbullying: What to Do and Not to Do
Step 1: Why It's Important to Discuss Cyber Bullying
Step 2: Effects of Cyberbullying
This kind of access comes with responsibility. Unlike physical bullying (which is equally as bad) cyberbullying takes a form of its own because it has longer lasting effect. Embarrassing videos, comments, photos of an individual can circulate for years and beyond. There is a quote from the movie 'The Social Network' that sums up the internet perfectly, "The Internet's not written in pencil, it's written in ink." With that said, posting hurtful/harmful media on the Internet can mean a lifetime of hurt. Especially since it is difficult to remove items from social media once posted.
Below is just one of the examples of what happens when cyber bullying becomes inescapable.
Step 3: Cyberbullying is a Criminal Offense
Below is a link that tells you what the level of action is taken when cyberbullying occurs. It is separated by states (since this crime depends on what charges the state will enact).