Types of Cyber-bullying

Going ahead of my earlier post in this I will tell about the various types of Cyber-bullying. First I tell about different types of bullying:-

Physical bullying:-  includes hitting, kicking, or pushing you (or even just threatening to do so), as well as stealing, hiding, or ruining your things, and hazing, harassment, or humiliation.

Verbal bullying:- It includes name-calling, teasing, taunting, insulting, or otherwise verbally abusing you.

Relationship bullying:- It generally includes refusing to talk to you, excluding you from groups or activities, spreading lies or rumors about you, making you do things you don’t want to do. Boys frequently bully using physical threats and actions, while girls are more likely to engage in verbal or relationship bullying. But no type of bullying should ever be tolerated.

Now the Cyber Bullying is classified as


It is most common to the way of online Bullying. It includes text wars, posting rumours or embarrassing message which cause emotional distress and public shaming.


publishings revealing personal information about an individual online, for purposes of humiliating, defaming, or harassing the victim


It about creating fake accounts or gaining access to a person’s real social media accounts and posting things to damage the victim’s reputation.

Cyber stalking

Tracking and monitoring a person’s online activity, and using the internet to stalk or harass an individual.

These are common types of the Cyber Bullying. All students and teenager must be taught about the Cyber Bullying in its school education. Person must be aware about the Cyber Bullying.


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