Today, children and teens are bullied more online than they are in person so it should come as no surprise to hear that cyberbullying is a growing problem for parents and school systems alike. Combating this issue though, is much harder when you can’t always witness it. Since the Internet is more easily accessible than ever before, and social media platforms continue to evolve, it can be difficult coming up with a cyberbullying prevention plan, and even more so when deciding how to combat cyberbullying.
It’s even more difficult when you don’t know what cyberbullying laws are or the effects of cyberbullying so we’ve created this cyberbullying infographic filled with cyberbullying statistics in hopes of helping interested parties understand the cyberbullying definition, what cyberbullying on social media is, and some possible solutions to combat cyberbullying.
If you have questions regarding cyberbullying law or are interested in filing a cyberbullying lawsuit of your own, don’t hesitate to contact us. The defamation lawyers and cyberbullying lawyers at RM Warner Law know how to help clients combat cyberbullying.
Cyberbullying Statistics and Solutions