Read each question carefully and completely. Take as much time as you need to reflect on each question. This tool is of no help to you if you refuse to answer each question honestly. Remember, if you are not honest, you’re only cheating yourself.
Have you had hateful instant messaging sessions?
Has the bully repeatedly sent you cell phone messages (voice mail or text messages)?
Has the bully set up a web site to mock you or someone else?
Does the bully communicate online while pretending to be someone else?
Has the bully forwarded your private message, pictures, or video to others?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions you may be experiencing cyber bullying.
Protect yourself against cyberbullying by refusing online contact with people you don’t know, remaking your online identity if too much personal information is known about you online (set up new accounts, change online names, remove pictures of yourself, etc.), and protecting your personal information while on the internet. Contact the police if threats are ever directed at you.
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