Cyberbullying.

 
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Byline: AHSAN UL HAQ YAZDANI,

To intimidate, harass or threaten someone through social networking like Twitter, Facebook, or applications such as Short messaging service (SMS), e-mail and chat rooms, etc. called Cyberbullying. Largely, children, who have more and more early access to this technology, often make it. The dilemma is the fact that torment can veil behind a pseudonymous client name, masking his or her identity.

This concealment makes it difficult to uncover the source and heartens bullies to act more forcefully than they might in a circumstance of identification. Cyberbullying can encompass such acts as conveying offensive disgraces or racial or ethnic slurs, making threats, gay bashing, attempting to contaminate the victim's workstation with a virus and flooding an e-mail inbox with...

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