What Is Cyberbullying? Why Cyberbullying Needs To Stop?





Subhadra Subhadarsani, SOA National Institute of Law


ABSTRACT


Cyberbullying is a type of harassment carried out through electronic means. The Internet provides a way of anonymity since we frequently don‘t see or hear the people with whom we are communicating online. But that’s not an excuse for having poor manners or posting incendiary comments. While some users may desire they will hide behind their keyboard or smartphone when posting online, the very fact is that they are still those publishing the content. if you post offensive remarks online and therefore the veil of anonymity is lifted, you‘ll need to account the comments you made. Let’s just all together make the internet space a lot more safe and positivite.



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