Today, children and teens are bullied more online than they are in person. Cyberbullying is a growing concern for parents and school systems alike and combating this issue is much harder when you can’t always witness it. When Internet access is more easily accessible than ever before and social media platforms continue to be introduced, it’s difficult deciding where to start.
It’s even more difficult when you don’t even know what cyberbullying laws are or cyberbullying consequences so we’ve created this cyberbullying infographic in hopes of helping interested parties understand this serious epidemic and what exactly cyberbullying on social media is, as well as some possible solutions to cyberbullying.
If you have questions regarding cyberbullying law or filing a lawsuit of your own, don’t hesitate to contact us. The defamation and cyberbullying attorneys at RM Warner Law help clients combat cyberharassment.