Cyberbullying Quizzes Online & Trivia

A comprehensive database of more than 62 cyberbullying quizzes online, test your knowledge with cyberbullying quiz questions. Our online cyberbullying trivia quizzes can be adapted to suit your requirements for taking some of the top cyberbullying quizzes.

Remember the old days of recess? The biggest fear was that your friend would stop talking to you or that one kid would try to steal your lunch money. Seems so innocent compared to today. Children today are faced with the greater, and longer lasting, danger of cyberbullying.
 
Cyberbullying is any type of bullying that takes place electronically. Could be a nasty text. Could be a mean comment on Facebook. Or an embarrassing Vine. A photo taken secretly and plastered on Instagram. It could go viral – and it could have a place on the Internet forever. After all, is anything ever really deleted? No child deserves Internet humiliation once or forever. Learn how to identify and protect yourself and your children from cyberbullying with these quizzes.

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  • Examples of personal information are: (Pick 3)
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  • Cyberbullying is:
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  • Social networking is (Pick 5):
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  • Have you ever Signed on with someone else's screen name to gather information? 
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  • Have you ever teased or frightened someone over IM or online? 
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  • Have you ever posted rude things or lies about someone? 
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  • Cyber Bullying is okay?
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  • Cyber Bullying is when your rude and impolite online.
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  • What kind of a superhero are you?
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  • What percent of kids have been bullied online?

  • Why do you think people prefer to bully online rather than face to face?

  • Which of the following is NOT a good way to handle cyberbullying