Cyberbullying includes a wide range of unacceptable behaviour including harassment, threats or insults, this can be racist bullying, homophobic bullying or bullying related to special educational needs or disabilities.The predators can gradually introduce sexual context into their conversations or they could show them explicit materials, a webcam could also be used for explicit means of showing sexual acts, this could all lead up to face to face contact between the predator and the victim, because children/young people are placed in a very vulnerable way whilst using the internet. This can also include Sms (written messaging) and mms (photos or pictures).
Các thông tin hỗ trợ khác hàng sử dụng dịch vụ của Viettel.Nếu các thông tin này chưa giải quyết hết các thắc mắc của quý vị - vui lòng liên hệ tổng đài chăm cóc khách hàng của chúng tôi để được tư vấn nhanh nhất.The Byron review states that only1% of children between the ages of 8-17 do not have some form of internet access, so therefore 99% of children/young people are at risk or could suffer possible consequences of being online.Here are some examples of the risks and consequences of being online/mobile phone using: Predators find young children to talk to on social networking, blogs, chat rooms, instant messaging, e-mail and other websites.
Anyone can become a victim of On-line bullying (cyberbullying).
This can be from people that you know or who are unknown to them.