Comments with than bullying face to face, in fact

Comments on social media end up hurting many adolescents in the world today. Cyberbullying is one of the main causes of suicide in the world. Adolescents of many ages are being tormented by others. There are many types of cyber-bullying these include:Harassment-It involves the bullying sending offensive messages, to one person or a group of people, and is often repeated many times. Cyberstalking is another form of harassment and that involves many rude messages and can lead to real harassment in the real world.Flaming-It is similar to harassment but it refers to an online fight exchanged via emails, private messages or chat rooms.Exclusion-It is the act of intentionally singeing out a person from an online group such as chat sites. The group then subsequently leave hurt comments and are singled out.Outing-It is when a bully shares personal information, pictures or videos about a person publically. A person is “outed” when his OR her information has been disseminated throughout the internet.Masquerading-Is a situation where a bully creates a fake identity to harass someone anonymously. In addition to creating a fake identity, the bully can impersonate someone else to send hard and offensive messages When someone has been cyber-bullied they have been put down or had their insecurities pointed out on the internet. This happens on such a regular basis but on smaller levels. In today’s world, nearly every teen on the internet had probably been cyber-bullied. Cyber-bullying can end up with adolescents taking their lives across the world. In fact 20% of adolescents that have been through cyber-bullying think about suicide and one in ten attempt it. Suicide is also the third cause of death amongst adolescents (the first being car accidents and the second being homicide). Four thousand, five hundred teens commit suicide from cyber-bullying each year in the US alone. 70% of students claim they have seen cyber-bullying frequently and because over 80% of teens use cell-phones regularly it has become the most common medium of cyber-bullying. When one becomes a bully of this sought he/she thinks it will be easier to get away with than bullying face to face, in fact 81% of young people think it’s easier to get away with.