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Cyberbullying Terms

Won't you say goodnight, so I can say goodbye?

Flaming A hostile online argument that may contain foul language.
Harassment Words or actions intended to annoy, anger, or abuse a person because of a certain aspect of their personality or appearance.
Cyberstalking Repeated harassment using electronic devices that includes threats of harm, or that is highly intimidating and intrusive upon one’s personal privacy.
Denigration To speak demeaningly.
Exclusion Leaving somebody out of something on purpose.
Trolling Disingenuously posting information to entice genuinely helpful people to respond to. Done to provoke others.
Impersination Pretending to be someone else.
Outing The revelation of personal information without one's consent.
Trickery The practice of deception.
IM Stands for ‘Instant Message’. Real-time messages sent and received between two or more individuals over a network.
Upstander Used to identify people who are willing to stand up and take action in defense of others.
Malicious Intending to do harm.
Crossing The Line Taking something too far.
Snapchat A web based social media app that allows someone to send photos, text, etc.
Anonymous Not identified by name.
Privacy The state or condition of being free from being observed or disturbed by others.
Posting A single act of putting information on the internet, or the information itself.
Settings Customizable preferences on a website or any other mechanical thing.
Digital Media Any media that is encoded in a machine-readable format.
Reputation The beliefs or opinions that are generally held about someone or something.
Texting Sending short messages through phone.
Teasing Make fun of or attempt to provoke an animal or person in a playful way.
Empathy The ability to understand and share the feelings of another.
Criminal A person who has committed a crime.
Report Give a spoken or written account of something from someone who has observed, done, or investigated it.
App Abbreviation for the word ‘application’. It is a piece of software primarily referring to one on a tablet, smartphone, or other touch-based devices.
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