What is CyberBullying?
Cyberbullying is the use of electronic means to harass, intimidate or threaten another person. Often it is sustained over a period of time, reaching its victim anywhere and at any time.
Examples of CyberBullying
- Sending mean or threatening emails or text/instant messages
- Posting embarrassing photos of someone online.
- Creating a website to make fun of others
- Pretending to be someone by using their name
- Tricking someone into revealing personal or embarrassing information and sending it to others.
From the Government of Canada:
If you are a victim of Cyber Bullying on campus, contact the Campus Community Police Service at 519-661-3300.
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