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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of cyberbully.

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Examples

  • One in five told Harris they have been "cyberbullied" - harassed or threatened online or by text message.

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  • One in five told Harris they have been "cyberbullied" - harassed or threatened online or by text message.

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  • One in five told Harris they have been "cyberbullied" - harassed or threatened online or by text message.

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  • Put simply, this legislation would be used as a tool for a judge and jury to determine whether there is significant evidence to prove that a person "cyberbullied" another.

    Rep. Linda Sanchez: Protecting Victims, Preserving Freedoms

  • This does not necessarily governmental regulatory steps at least to start with, but an awareness needs to be spread about how to handle a situation in which one is being "cyberbullied"

    Tales from the online darkside

  • There have been long standing concerns about pupils and teachers being "cyberbullied"

    BBC News - Home

  • Put simply, this legislation would be used as a tool for a judge and jury to determine whether there is significant evidence to prove that a person 'cyberbullied' another.

    The Volokh Conspiracy

  • Put simply, this legislation would be used as a tool for a judge and jury to determine whether there is significant evidence to prove that a person 'cyberbullied' another.

    The Volokh Conspiracy

  • "Put simply, this legislation would be used as a tool for a judge and jury to determine whether there is significant evidence to prove that a person 'cyberbullied' another," she wrote in the Huffington Post.

    Dandelion Salad

  • "Put simply, this legislation would be used as a tool for a judge and jury to determine whether there is significant evidence to prove that a person 'cyberbullied' another," she wrote in the Huffington Post.

    Dandelion Salad

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