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Cyberbullying Definitions

Cyber-bullying the use of digital media tools such as the Internet and cell phones to deliberately and repeatedly hurt, harass, or embarrass someone else.
Bully someone who acts in an aggressive, hostile, or hurtful manner toward others.
Bystander people who witness the actions of the bully and the reactions of the victim(s), without taking action.
Grooming Techniques used by child predators to try to gain your trust.
Harassment To annoy someone repeatedly. For example, cursing at, following, or mocking someone online.
Malicious to cause harm to someone or something on purpose.
Perpetrator another word for bully.
Predator One who stalks or uses lies, secrecy, or stealth, to get close enough to another person in order to easily hurt or harm them. Usually an adult.
Sexting sending sexually suggestive or explicit text messages, photographs, or videos via cell phones.
Tolerance respecting those who are different from you.
Upstander someone who takes action to stop bullying behavior or other inappropriate behaviors.
Victim A victim is someone who is harmed by another person or persons.
Created by: JEClark