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    Cyberbullying resources

    Cyberbullying resources
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    Numerous organizations offer information about cyberbullying and guidance on how to respond:


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    Re: Cyberbullying resources

    wish i knew about these when my child was being cyberbullied its a good list to keep incase she gets harrassed again.

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    Re: Cyberbullying resources

    Thanks. I've been in a chatroom, where others have been attacked, hacked and stalked. I'm going to share these resources with them immediately. It's made for a terribly toxic atmosphere and of paranoia and suspicion. I have encourage others who have been targetted to contact police-- I think the links provided here are very useful and helpful for assessing the situation and responding appropriately. I think I was in a situation of denial about it, and it's way better to take action and be direct, it just seemed like others were getting pulled in and it seemed to be spreading. . . vindicive people and as well vindicitive reacting-- like an awful war got started. It's been upsetting to see this happen. I think I'm going to walk away from it. I just want to make sure others who've been targetted are well-equipped to protect themselves properly and take action as necessary.

    Great this was here.

    Thank you.

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    Re: Cyberbullying resources

    There is this website: Undox.Me
    It explains extortion and what actions one can take. I think it provides valuable information to those who have pictures and videos released without their consent or are being threatened with porn revenge, photoshopping victim's faces on different materials and in general using one's online images without consent with the purpose of bullying or generating income.
    It could be a common problem for people ending unhealthy relationships.

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