By Elke Rolfe
What is cyberbullying?
Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place using technology such as mobile phones, computers, tablet and other electronic devices. It can happen over social media websites such as Facebook and Instagram and also on many chat websites or instant messaging programs. Examples of cyberbullying can include mean or hurtful text messages or any type of instant messages, posting nasty pictures and statuses about a person, or even liking one of these pictures or posts. Cyberbullying can also sometimes be anonymous, which can sometimes make it more hurtful to the victim.