Cyberbullying

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Cyberbullying or cyberharassment is a form of bullying or harassment using electronic means.wikipedia
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Bullying

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Cyberbullying or cyberharassment is a form of bullying or harassment using electronic means.
Bullying is divided into four basic types of abuse – psychological (sometimes called emotional or relational), verbal, physical, and cyber.

Online game

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Internet trolling is a common form of bullying over the Internet in an online community (such as in online gaming or social media) in order to elicit a reaction, disruption, or for someone's own personal amusement.
The culture of online gaming sometimes faces criticisms for an environment that can promote cyberbullying, violence, and xenophobia.

Cyberstalking

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Cyberstalking is a form of cyberbullying; the terms are often used interchangeably in the media.

Gamergate controversy

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Various people have been harassed in connection with the Gamergate controversy.
Gamergate has led figures both inside and outside the industry to focus on methods of addressing online harassment.

Video game culture

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Most respondents considered gaming culture to be equally welcoming to both genders, though 44% thought it favored men.
While much of gaming lingo uses abbreviations for convenience, a lot of jargon is used for cyberbullying.

Harassment

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Cyberbullying or cyberharassment is a form of bullying or harassment using electronic means.
This may also include stealing photos of the victim and their families, doctoring these photos in offensive ways, and then posting them on social media with the aim of causing emotional distress (see cyberbullying, cyberstalking, hate crime, online predator, and stalking).

Online community

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Internet trolling is a common form of bullying over the Internet in an online community (such as in online gaming or social media) in order to elicit a reaction, disruption, or for someone's own personal amusement.
Cyberbullying is also prominent online.

Suicide of Megan Meier

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The middle school of Megan Meier is reportedly using the film as a solution to the crisis in their town. These include the suicide of Ryan Halligan and the suicide of Megan Meier, the latter of which resulted in United States v. Lori Drew.
A year later, Meier's parents prompted an investigation into the matter and her suicide was attributed to cyberbullying through the social networking website MySpace.

Threat

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Harmful bullying behavior can include posting rumors, threats, sexual remarks, a victims' personal information, or pejorative labels (i.e. hate speech).
Some U.S. states criminalize cyberbullying.

Suicidal ideation

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Victims may experience lower self-esteem, increased suicidal ideation, and a variety of negative emotional responses, including being scared, frustrated, angry, and depressed.

Sexism in video gaming

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Keza MacDonald writes in The Guardian that sexism exists in gaming culture, but is not mainstream within it.

People v. Marquan M.

A law in New York's Albany County that criminalized cyberbullying was struck down as unconstitutional by the New York Court of Appeals in People v. Marquan M.
NY July 1, 2014) was the first case in which a US court weighed the constitutionality of criminalizing cyberbullying.

Social media

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Internet trolling is a common form of bullying over the Internet in an online community (such as in online gaming or social media) in order to elicit a reaction, disruption, or for someone's own personal amusement.
At the same time, concerns have been raised about possible links between heavy social media use and depression, and even the issues of cyberbullying, online harassment and "trolling".

Suicide of Ryan Halligan

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These include the suicide of Ryan Halligan and the suicide of Megan Meier, the latter of which resulted in United States v. Lori Drew.
Ryan Patrick Halligan (December 18, 1989 – October 7, 2003) was an American student who committed suicide at the age of 13 after being bullied by his classmates in person and cyber-bullying online.

United States v. Drew

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These include the suicide of Ryan Halligan and the suicide of Megan Meier, the latter of which resulted in United States v. Lori Drew.
United States v. Drew, 259 F.R.D. 449 (C.D. Cal. 2009), is the final decision in a criminal case that charged Lori Drew of violations of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) over the alleged cyberbullying of a 13-year-old, Megan Meier, who committed suicide.

Parry Aftab

A fairly new federal cyberstalking law might address such acts, according to Parry Aftab, but no one has been prosecuted under it yet.
In 2005, the United States Congress issued a resolution that recognized her efforts to combat cyberbullying as Executive Director of StopCyberbullying and WiredSafety.

Yik Yak

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Abuse on these platforms, such as ASKfm, Yik Yak and Sarahah, can be particularly keenly felt by young people, leading to issues of loss of confidence.
Despite strong levels of growth over 2013/14, following several bouts of heavy criticism in the media over the facilitation of cyber-bullying the service saw a heavy decline in user numbers, losing 76% of users in 2015 alone.

Adina's Deck

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In 2007, Debbie Heimowitz, a Stanford University master's student, created Adina's Deck, a film based on Stanford-accredited research.
The series is intended to be used alongside the series' official website and curriculum to inform and instruct children about cyberbullying and how to prevent it.

Ask.fm

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Abuse on these platforms, such as ASKfm, Yik Yak and Sarahah, can be particularly keenly felt by young people, leading to issues of loss of confidence. Rebecca Ann Sedwick committed suicide after being terrorized through mobile applications such as Ask.fm, Kik Messenger and Voxer.
In mid-2013, before Ask.com bought Ask.fm, the site was the subject of several media articles regarding cyberbullying that have been linked to suicides.

Anonymous social media

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Young people seem particularly vulnerable to the effects of cyberbullying through anonymous social media, perhaps because adolescents are attracted to these platforms as a means of seeking validation from their peers.
As more and more platforms join the league of anonymous social media, there is growing concern about the ethics and morals of anonymous social networking as cases of cyber-bullying and personal defamation occur.

Internet troll

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Internet trolling is a common form of bullying over the Internet in an online community (such as in online gaming or social media) in order to elicit a reaction, disruption, or for someone's own personal amusement.
Media attention in recent years has equated trolling with online harassment.

Act Against Bullying

Anti-bullying charity Act Against Bullying launched the CyberKind campaign in August 2009 to promote positive internet usage.
The site also features advice on current forms of bullying such as exclusion bullying and cyberbullying.

Workplace bullying

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Since the 1990s, the United Kingdom and other European countries have been working to solve workplace bullying since there is no legislation regulating cyberbullying.

Internet safety

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Cyberbullying is the use of electronic means such as instant messaging, social media, e-mail and other forms of online communication with the intent to abuse, intimidate, or overpower an individual or group.

Alia2 Foundation

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These NGOs include the Protégeles, PantallasAmigas, Foundation Alia2, the non-profit initiative Actúa Contra el Ciberacoso, the National Communications Technology Institute (INTECO), the Agency of Internet quality, the Agencia Española de Protección de Datos, the Oficina de Seguridad del Internauta, the Spanish Internet users' Association, the Internauts' Association, and the Spanish Association of Mothers and Parents Internauts.