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Advancements in technology have created a new form of bullying called cyberbullying.
The group says it's protecting children from sexual predators, but critics say its aggressive tactics seldom lead to convictions.Cyberbullying is viewed by some to be more cruel and damaging than traditional face-to-face bullying because of anonymity, public humiliation and an imbalance of power.Harm inflicted by cyberbullying can be more psychological and emotional compared to face-to-face bullying which may be based more on physical intimidation or popularity.There are many ways of bullying someone online and for some it can take shape in more ways than one.Some of the types of cyber bullying are: Harassment - This is the act of sending offensive, rude, and insulting messages and being abusive.In our recent national bullying survey, 56% of young people said they have seen others be bullied online and 42% have felt unsafe online.
Cyber bullying can happen 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and it can go viral very fast.
Last November, a 29-year-old Portland, Oregon, man was cruising the city's Yahoo chat room when he struck up a conversation with a 14-year-old girl using the handle "misspunkgirlie13." The conversation quickly turned to sex."i'm 29..
your 14 and adorable," he wrote the girl, who flirted back.
He e-mailed her a picture of his penis and a couple of pornographic video clips, then arranged to meet her at her apartment when her mother was out of town.
A few days later, he drove an hour to the girl's home and knocked on the door.
When it opened, he found himself face-to-face with two large men – one wielding a baseball bat and the other, a video camera.