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  • verb Present participle of cyberbully.

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Examples

  • I don't recognize "cyberbullying" as a seperate crime because what you call cyberbullying is actually the same as cyberstalking "the use of fake personas to cause intentional harm on another person."

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  • BLOCK: When you talk to people who have engaged in cyberbullying, what do they tell you about what motivates them?

    The Rise In Cyberbullying

  • And oftentimes, I talk to those who engage in cyberbullying behaviors, and they genuinely didn't realize the harm that would come from them posting certain information online.

    The Rise In Cyberbullying

  • BLOCK: When you talk to people who have engaged in cyberbullying, what do they tell you about what motivates them?

    The Rise In Cyberbullying

  • Robert Bloomfield: I understand the basis for criticizing the law, but cyberbullying is worth worrying about.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Louisiana Bill Would Outlaw Insulting an Under-17-Year-Old By E-Mail

  • And oftentimes, I talk to those who engage in cyberbullying behaviors, and they genuinely didn't realize the harm that would come from them posting certain information online.

    The Rise In Cyberbullying

  • I understand the basis for criticizing the law, but cyberbullying is worth worrying about.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Louisiana Bill Would Outlaw Insulting an Under-17-Year-Old By E-Mail

  • Clementi jumped to his death from the George Washington Bridge after finding out that his college roommate and another classmate used a webcam to secretly broadcast his sexual encounters with another male, highlighting the dangers of "cyberbullying" -- teasing, harassing, or intimidating with pictures or words distributed online or via text message.

    Irene Monroe: When will the homophobic bullying cease?

  • Clementi jumped to his death from the George Washington Bridge after finding out that his college roommate and another classmate used a webcam to secretly broadcast his sexual encounters with another male, highlighting the dangers of "cyberbullying" -- teasing, harassing, or intimidating with pictures or words distributed online or via text message.

    Irene Monroe: When will the homophobic bullying cease?

  • And the most famous case of "cyberbullying" -- the tragic suicide of 13-year-old

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