Should cyberbullying be allowed?
No, cyberbullying shouldn't be allowed anywhere.
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Cyberbullying has never been allowed on WikiAnswers. It used to fall under the basic rules of community guidelines and etiquette. Rules such as "Never make personal attacks" c…overed most cyberbullying situations. However, bullying is more than just the obvious insults. As the subtle intricacies of cyberbullying are becoming better understood, our rules are evolving. We want to do our best to make the site feel as safe and comfortable as we can for all of our users. See the related link below.
well if someone was cyberbullying me i would report it to the site but really just try to ignore it and dont worry about it
Yes, I do believe that if a student were to bully them on the internet ( or known as cyber bullying ) they should be suspended. Even if it is on the Internet, it is still cons…idered bullying. There have been some cases where the victim committed suicide ( or known as bullycide ) because of cyber bullying. Either way, it does not matter if it was on the Internet or not, it is still bullying and it hurts the victim. It depends on where they are cyberbullying. If the School is 100% sure it is while on their premises then they may take a view to suspend a student. If it is from elsewhere then it cannot be held responsible for that student and therefore they should not suspend them.
You should report cyberbullying.
Cyberbullying is not allowed on Answers.com/WikiAnswers. If you should see any cyberbullying in answers or on a usersmessage board, or are affected yourself by cyberbullying,… pleasereport it immediately. Use the Red Report Abuse button under anyanswer, or report it to a Supervisor by the message boards. You cando this once you have registered an account and have a Username.Otherwise please see below. How do I report a cyberbully? It is important to report a cyberbully immediately so that anyderogatory, harassing or insulting posts can be removed and thebully can be blocked. To report a cyberbully on Answers.com, pleasesend the username or a link to the question to WikiAnswers @Answers.com (no spaces)..
Yes, it should.
If you are being cyber-bullied, remember that its best to just ignore the people doing it. . Talk to your parents about it. Their support will prevent you from feeling insecu…re. . If the cyberbullying continues, you can file a case against the bullies (if there are anti-cyberbullying laws in your country.) . If not, then I would suggest you to deactivate your account and open a new one with a different username. That way you can hide your identity from bullies.
Just know that there cowards and have a high probability of having sad lives as well as their own emotional backstabbing issues that are being ignored or affecting there lives…. Have confidence in who you are and what you do and learn the internet has a lot of degenerates and that you should avoid particular parts of it. Also one or few persons opinion does not mean that is the opinions of others. People with low self-esteem or emotional disturbed places feel it is the norm and bring it on other people. They have their natural emotional defenses in a storm cloud ready to thunder on a daily basis to help from feeling inferior and infuriated.
Cyberbullying on Facebook Cyberbullying on facebook is when someone posts offensive statements or writes mean things on your message on facebook. Cyberbullying on facebook c…ould get your account denied from logging in, and your account suspended either temporarily or permanently. People cyberbully on facebook is because they may want attention from other facebook users or friends, and want to act cool. But they are actually breaking the facebook help center, and violating the facebook cyberbullying policy.
More than likely, there should be a mandatory psychological evaluation and therapy, probation of some sort, and the stipulations of not being allowed to use computers during t…he probation period (except as required for supervised assignments at school or work), and having no contact with the victims. If it happens either in school, or is directed towards a student during the school year, then the school could also do their own punishment.
Well cyber-bullying isn't really allowed anywhere but for this site it's probably because bullying in general is bad cause I knew this guys brother who commited suicide becaus…e of homophobic bullying. and this site would most likely agree with me that it's bad.
The police or someone who can do something about it ____________ If it is happening on a site like this one, report it to any supervisor, or if you can search and find the gro…up that tracks cyberbullying here, report to them. Whatever you do, don't just ignore it. While we may be limited in the steps we can take, we are aggressively involved in tracking and eliminating cyberbullying to the extent possible. If it is happening on a school site, let administrators know. See if you can dig enough to find who is in charge of a given site, or report to any addresses available for site feedback.
First call is to the platform or forum the Cyberbully is using. Use the contact or report abuse link you find.
If you are a school student and you think you may know who is behind this, then it's important that you notify school officials immediately. If you are being threatened with s…omething you've either said or done, discuss this with your parents as they may be able to help curtail the matter. But it's also important, if the bullying contains any specific threats of violence, suggestions that something will happen to you, or demanding that you do something to bring the bullying to an end; that is called blackmail. Your local police must be notified immediately. Under no circumstance should you reply to any of the comments or emails. And you should not, at any time, delete them. Your computer provides an audit trail of any transactions or interactions that have come to you, even when you delete them. The police will most certainly ask you to maintain a log and retain all postings you receive. Depending on the type of threats or comments may fall within the responsibility of a national force, such as FBI. No matter what, the first step is to realise that their activities are for the purpose of upsetting you and altering your life. Mention it to no-one, including school mates, (not even your closest friend)! Bullying of any sort needs to be addressed as quickly as possible.
you should tell a trusted adult
you can stop cyber- bullying by hanging up posters all around youneighbourhood or doing a campaign for people that are bullied.