Most Common Types of Cyberbullying

Posted on November 30, 2020

Let’s start with the basics. Cyberbullying can be hard to define, not because the concept is overly complicated, but because every case is different. This can lead to uncertainty of how to respond when you or someone you love is on the receiving end. The Take Action Guide was created to meet this need and help point those experiencing cyberbullying in the right direction of how to respond. If you or someone you know is being cyberbullied, this is for… Read More →


Revenge Porn and COVID-19

Posted on November 25, 2020

The New York Attorney General warns of higher cases of revenge porn and other harmful online behaviors throughout the COVID-19 pandemic related to social distancing, isolation, and increased virtual communication. He is quoted calling it “a vicious form of humiliation and control.”  ag.ny.gov


Man Convicted of Cyberstalking to Serve Two Years in Prison

Posted on November 23, 2020

NY Man Convicted of Cyberstalking

This is a good reminder that cyberstalking can be a federal crime and result in real prison time. Justice.gov


Statistic: Online Bullying and Harassment for Teenagers

Posted on November 20, 2020

59% of teens harassed online

This has to stop. Almost 60% of teens being bullied or harassed online is too many. We are passionate about turning this percentage around and believe it can be done if we take action. Source: Pew Research Center


Cyberbullying Google Search Trends

Posted on November 17, 2020

Google Trends Statistic

This year has been hard in many ways. It’s no surprise that people are searching for help and answers. Let’s come together to take action against cyberbullying. Source: Google Trends


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