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How to avoid cyberbullies

How to avoid cyberbullies

Dispatcher Files Cyberbullying, also known as online bullying, is the same as face-to-face bullying,  except that it takes place online or electronically, such as on social media platforms, via SMS and instant messaging apps or as e-mail. Here are some tips to avoid being a victim: Avoid strangers on social media If you receive a

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Cyberbullying, also known as online bullying, is the same as face-to-face bullying, 

except that it takes place online or electronically, such as on social media platforms, via SMS and instant messaging apps or as e-mail.

Here are some tips to avoid being a victim:

  • Avoid strangers on social media
  • If you receive a friend request from someone you do not know, do not accept it 
  • Do not post personal information on social media 
  • Do not believe everything you read online 
  • Always verify the information before commenting or taking any action
  • Review your security settings to be aware of who can see your information and posts 
  • Do not post anything you would not want the public to see
  • Do not share anything that could hurt or embarrass yourself or anyone else
  • Do not open emails  or click on links from sources you do not know
  • Do not download attachments from sources you do now know

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