Examining Cyberbullying on Social Networking Sites

Examining Cyberbullying on Social Networking Sites

 

Cyberbullying on social networking sites refers to the abuse of technology to harass or threaten internet users

Some due to one reason or another or due to the fact that they are invisible when they are on the internet. They will now be using that as a means of harassing, molesting and threatening other users on the internet.

 

The information posted on social networking sites such as pictures, video comments as well as updates can be used to spread the false rumour, threaten to reveal the information on the internet, harass/ blackmail the users, stalking the user among others.

Cyberbullying on social networking sites

According to research by the Pew Internet Project, 39 percent of social network users have been cyberbullied in some way, compared to 22 percent of online teens who do not use social networks.

 

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Adeniyi Salau

Adeniyi Salau Scrum Master Certified , CCNA R&S , BeingCert and Scrum Certified Digital Marketing Professional, CEP, MOS, MCP, CSCU (Project 2016), Microsoft Certified Security and Networking Associate is a Google and Beingcert Certified Digital Marketer, Project Manager and SEO Expert of repute with about a decade of Blogging and online marketing experience. He is always ready to share his experience with others.

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