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What to Do if You're Being Cyberbullied

For cyberbullying to stop, it needs to be identified and reported

This comprehensive section of Facebook geared toward students, parents and educators explains a great deal about online bullying and how to prevent it, including ways to report and block on Facebook.

Bullying that includes serious threats should be dealt with appropriately, including a report to the FBI center for Internet crime reporting.

The constantly updated site Cyberbullying Research Center offers information on what can be expected from laws in each state, as well as how those laws might help with reporting, blocking or otherwise stopping the harassment.

Offensive or inappropriate behavior on Instagram can result in the user being blocked. This link explains how to report these types of problems. provides a thorough guide to approaching cyberbullying and is offered through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

A plethora of popular apps and social media sites are listed here, along with information on how to report issues with cyberbullying on each.

Twitter provides a step-by-step guide to reporting abusive or threatening behavior, and multiple Tweets can be packaged within the same report.


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