Cyberbullying is a term applied to a wide range of hurtful behavior that occurs through the use of digital technologies. Cyberbullying may happen anywhere online and involve social networking profiles, video and image sharing websites, blogs, e-mails, and instant messaging, or can occur through cell phone texting.
Don’t Bully Me Project
Legal Action may be an option if you are a victim of bullying. But first, you need to understand your rights and the resources available to you. At David’s Legacy we can help you get the legal assistance needed once you identify your situation and how it relates to the law. Learn more about the Don’t Bully Me project.
Use your voice to bring awareness to the cause and help end cyberbullying. There are many things a parent can do to help in the fight against cyberbullying. The first place to start is by getting involved where much of the bullying starts. The local school.
Host your own parent group to help educate others on the dangers of cyberbullying. Invite your neighbors, church groups, teacher associations to watch the short film “Soul Behind the Screen.” This film came about because in 2016 AT&T and the All American High School Film Festival held a contest.