What is Cyberbullying?
"Cyberbullying" is when a person is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated, embarrassed or otherwise targeted by another person or a group of people using the internet, interactive and digital technologies or mobile phones. If you know it is happening, don't ignore it, REPORT IT!
Are you a part of it?
Those who take part in Cyberbullying often use a group of friends to target their victims. They can ask others to add a comment to a photo on a blog, or forward something embarrassing onto another group of friends. Sometimes, these people don’t even realise they’re actually bullying someone.
"LET'S FIGHT IT TOGETHER", produced by Childnet for the DfE, aims to help children, young people, teachers and parents understand the impact that Cyberbullying can have on different people and to recognise that Cyberbullying is not acceptable.