The Four A’s of Cyberbullying


Online harassment can take place in front of an audience of millions.  If an embarrassing photo or video goes viral, a digital footprint may remain indefinitely.  



An aggressor can harass the targeted child 24/7.  Even at home it can be hard to escape.



An aggressor can remain anonymous while cyberbullying.  Therefore, they can often harass others without being held accountable.


Awareness (or Lack of Adult Awareness):

Cyberbullying can take place on apps, sites, and platforms that parents aren’t familiar with.  It’s important to know the apps on your child’s device.



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