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Sedgrid Lewis expert
Sedgrid Lewis Internet Safety Expert Rex, US
E-safety expert

Most of the video sites have high levels of cyberbullying. Apps such as vine and Instagram

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Experience 3 years ago
Neil Fitzgerald
Neil Fitzgerald Software Developer GB

Does have a problem with cyberbullying? The recent case made out in the newspapers has developed into something completely different to bullying.

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Opinion 3 years ago
Олег Кияшко
Олег Кияшко Don't mind my display name >.< Kyiv, Ukraine

Every website is prone to cyberbullying. But like Buddha said, "the hate can disappear only with love". We need to stop shunning everybody and be nice all the time. We need to post only stuff that can affect us in a positive way and cause only positive emotions. No matter does it violate the rules or no, it still has to be positive.

Also, Internet aggression, compared to real life street fights and assaults, is pretty nothing.

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Fact 3 years ago

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