Understanding the specs of digital cameras.
Being born a digital native.
Being irresponsible and inappropriate when using technology.
Using technology responsibly and appropriately.
When someone acts secretive around other people.
When someone harasses, intimidates, threatens or embarrasses another person.
When someone gets angry or furious with their parents.
When someone is being friendly or nice to their enemies.
Bullying that uses pencil and paper.
Bullying that uses baseball bats to hurt you.
Bullying that uses the Internet or mobile devices.
Bullying that uses bicycles.
Someone who shoves others at the playground.
Someone who is nice to everyone.
Someone who uses paper and pencil to write mean notes.
Someone who uses the Internet or digital devices to bully others.
Viruses, Malware and Spyware.
Software, Hardware and Firmware.
Diseases, Chronic Illnesses and Disorders.
Files, Passwords and Passcodes.
When someone give you a mean look.
When someone writes a book about you.
When someone pretends to be you on the Internet or using a digital device.
When someone tells on you for being tardy.
The stranger could send your picture or video to others.
The stranger could Photoshop your picture to make it look bad or embarrassing.
The stranger could come looking to kidnap you.
All of the above
Confront the person you think did it.
Tell a trusted adult like your parent or guardian or teacher.
Write an angry response.
Tell no one.
Go to your school counselor for guidance.
Save any evidence of the cyberbullying.
Seek revenge by retaliating.
Try to get help for yourself and the cyberbully.