Do you Honestly Think You Know Whether or Not a Child is Part of Cyberbullying?
Do you Need to Know if a Teenager is a CyberBully Victim or Offender?
Children In Peril from Cyberbullying Act
Who Really Knows: Exactly what is Your Kid Doing on the Internet?
Families Jeopardized from Online Bullying Follow Through
Ryan Halligan, a 13-year-old student from Vermont, took his own life after being cyber bullied.
Rachael Neblett, a 17-year old high school student from Kentucky took her own life after cyberbullying on her MySpace account.
CyberBullying Research Center characterizes cyberbullying as: Cyberbullying is when people repeatedly harasses, mistreats, or makes fun of somebody else on the internet or when using cell phones or other electronic and digital devices.
The CyberBullying Research Center is beginning to research the relationship between school environment and cyberbullying. Cyber Bullies perceive their school environment to be the lowest, and online harassment victims view their school climate lowe