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Cyber Bullying

CyberBullying

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Types of CyberBullying

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Statistics

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Countries that suffer the most

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Bibliography

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Index

Cyberbullying, often referred to as Internet Bullying, is the term that describes any type of aggressive, threatening, intimidating behavior or other interaction with the aim of causing pain, shame, fear and/or discomfort to your partner(s). victim(s), using the Internet or other channels to carry out this behavior.

CyberBullying

Types of

Exclusion

Flaming

Happy Slapping

Cyberstalking

Cyber Bullying

More than 60% of young people were victims of cyberbullying during the pandemic. Insults, sharing of intimate photos, incitements to suicide: more than 60% of students said they were victims of cyberbullying during the three months of confinement dictated by the pandemic, which transferred teaching from classrooms to screens.485 young people interviewed as part of the study “Cyberbullying in Portugal during the covid pandemic -19”, carried out by a team from the Center for Research and Social Intervention at ISCTE

Statistics

More than 60% of young people were victims of cyberbullying during the pandemic.

1º India 37%

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2º Brasil 29%

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3º United States 27%

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4º Belgium 26%

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5º South Africa 25%

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Countries that suffer the most

Bibliography

https://www.internetsegura.pt/Cyberbullying https://www.internetsegura.pt/noticias/varias-formas-de-cyberbullying https://www.publico.pt/2020/09/16/sociedade/noticia/60-jovens-vitimas-cyberbullying-pandemia-agressores-indiferentes-1931643 https://exame.com/brasil/brasil-fica-em-segundo-lugar-em-ranking-global-de-ofensas-na-internet/

When there is an intense exchange of offenses between two or more individuals. It happens in public places on the Internet, social networks, chat rooms, or through the chats characteristic of some interactive video games.

Flaming

When an episode of aggression or humiliation between young people is recorded and later posted online and shared by a wide audience.

Happy Slapping

When harassment becomes insistent and threatening. In this case, in addition to threats to the victim, these can evolve into the publication and sharing of private content across the network

Cyberstalking

When online groups come together and use the Internet/chat rooms to exclude or denigrate another user

Exclusion