• suppose you would report/ block them if possible or change your name so they dont know you or leave the place that they are at
    • Jenny The Great ⭐
      Thanks for sharing!
  • I have contacted www. and they have actually made this girl delete her account on this one website for cyberbullying a mentally challenged person
    • Beat Covid, Avoid Republicans
      Tell us what happened. It sounds interesting. How did you contact the FBI? Was it difficult?
    • Army Veteran
      You think you can get Conservatives kicked off of AB, Hulkie? Dream on...
    • Beat Covid, Avoid Republicans
      1465: So you are feeling a bit guilty about Cyber-bullying, eh? lol I never mentioned your name but you chose to identify yourself! Self-guilt is a powerful weapon.
  • fight back 😇
    • Jenny The Great ⭐
      Thanks for sharing! I assume with words to feed the troll. lol
  • I point out that cyberbullying is the modern equivalent of a "poison pen letter". First and foremost: it's not actually bullying. Bullying is when you coerce someone in person with the threat of IMMINENT physical harm, or when you coerce someone **while causing** physical harm. Talking badly about someone publicly was never described as "bullying" until the computer age, EXCEPT when it was a case of a man talking derisively and publicly about a woman (the idea being that the woman dared not challenge the man, lacking the strength and necessary cultural approval to do so either physically or otherwise). *** You deal with it by realizing "sticks and stones may break my bones but names will never hurt me." *** That being said, DEFAMATION OF CHARACTER and/or CHARACTER ASSASSINATION are real things and there is legal recourse if that is what is being done.
    • Jenny The Great ⭐
      Thanks for sharing! A cyber bully in this new age, as it's (out with the old and in with the new) can be anyone from an internet troll who starts quarrels, a stalker, both personally and online to serial killers:
      I know that wording is used, but (IMO) the term was coined intentionally to exaggerate the severity of the act. In other words (IMO) the term is intentionally misleading. It should be called something more accurate, like "cyber-badmouthing". Trolls and stalkers are both quite different matters, and so of course are serial killers. If we're going to start calling serial killers "cyber bully" instead of "serial killer", then it's even worse than I imagine.
    • Jenny The Great ⭐
      It should be called something more accurate? Not quite. It seems like you are in your 50's to 70's in age. I say this because I remember you said a while back that you despise the word "app" for application in mobile devices. In modern society, new words are being added to the dictionary. Just like many new words you have never heard of, a cyberattack targets computer information. Whereas a cyber bully shares negative, harmful and false information, along with harassing people on the internet at the same time. Cyber bullies are also known to personally prey on victims.
  • Cyberbullying can only affect those who allow it to happen to them. If you're a quiche-eating Millennial who gets offended easily, you are setting yourself up to be a target. You need to be able to handle life and whatever it throws at you without having to hide behind some kind of protective barrier because you're scared of everything.
    • Jenny The Great ⭐
      Very savvy.

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