Written by attorney Candice Valerie Blain | Oct 8, 2017

11 Common Types of Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying involves harassment, threats, or bullying through text messages or online. Victims may be children, teens, or adults. The behavior may take several forms.

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Cyberbullying is an increasingly significant problem. Victims may suffer negative social, mental, and physical effects --including increased rates of anxiety, depression, and suicide. If you are facing cyberbullying, do not ignore the problem. Various states have enacted criminal laws. And the problem may also be fought through civil litigation. An experienced lawyer can help you explore and evaluate legal options to help end cyberbullying.

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