According to the Bully Police (see http://www.bullypolice.org/), cyber-bullying is more predominant among girls and can take many forms including: harassment through e-mail, instant messaging, text messaging, blog postings, and other electronic communications; posting embarrassing or doctored images; signing someone up to a pornographic web site; and planting statements about a person that results in third-party stalking and harassment
No parent wants to learn that their child is involved in bullying other children, but some children find bullying to be an effective method for gaining strength and power. Learn the signs that your child may be bullying others:
Why Do Kids Cyberbully?
(as outlined in "Bullying Beyond the Schoolyard" by Hinduja and Patchin, and "Teens and Cyberbullying" research by the National Crime Prevention Council)
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Proactive steps to stop cyber-bullying behaviour at home: