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Types of Cyberbullying

Understanding Cyberbullying
Understanding Cyberbullying

Types of Cyberbullying

Direct Attack

Instances of cyber-attacks targeted directly at the victims

Cyber Stalking

Repeatedly sending threatening messages, being highly intimidating or engaging in other online activities that make a person fear for his or her safety.

Ostracism/Exclusion

Intentionally excluding others from an online group.

Outing & Trickery

Sharing someone’s secrets or embarrassing information, and / or tricking someone into revealing secrets or embarrassing information about themselves.

Flaming

Online “fighting” by posting negative messages with angry and / or vulgar language on message boards such as those on gaming sites or blogs.

Harassment

Repeatedly sending offensive, rude and insulting messages to someone via SMS, message board or social media account.

By Proxy

Manipulating others to cyber bully the victims

Masquerading / Impersonation

Breaking into another person’s e-mail account or social networking site to send vicious or embarrassing materials or messages to others by posing as the person.

Denigration

Distributing information about another that is derogatory and untrue. Some examples include posting of such information or digitally altered photos and sending it to others such as Happy Slapping and defacing of an image.

Degradation

Using cruel gossip or rumors to damage someone’s reputation or friendship with others.

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