Cut the Act!

Help stop cyberbullying and online harassment!

What is cyberbullying?

Cyberbullying is when an individual partakes in actions that involve him/her using the Internet and its many resources to inflict pain unto others that are involved in the internet as well.

Some Facts about Cyberbullying

  • 70% of students have frequently seen online bullying taking place.
  • 81% of the kids think cyberbullying is easier to get with than bullying in person.
  • 53% of kids have said something mean to someone online. 33% percent of them have done it more than once.
  • 10% of teens or adolescents have embarrassing or damaging pictures taken of them without their consent
  • 90% of the victims of cyberbullying have not reported it to others for help.

How Can I Help Out and Stomp Bullying?

  • Get involved in cyberbullying prevention organizations.
  • Get the word out about the dangers of cyberbullying.
  • Encourage others to take preventative actions in helping to put an end to it.

Stomp Out Bullying Organization

This organization goes to focus on reducing and preventing bullying, cyberbullying, sexting and other digital abuse, educating against homophobia, racism and hatred, and putting an end to violence in schools, online, and in communities.


Visit the website for more information.

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