5 Strategies for Dealing with Cyberbullying


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Collect Evidence
Don't like what you find on your kid's computer? Consider making a copy to save in case the situation escalates.
Don't like what you find on your kid's computer? Consider making a copy to save in case the situation escalates.
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If it starts to look like the cyberbullying could be serious -- maybe your child has grown despondent, depressed or has been threatened physically -- then it's important to archive and print out any evidence you can get your hands on.

Whether that's texts, e-mails or screenshots of wall posts, document any incidents of cyberbullying so you have a reliable record. Make sure you also keep tabs on the dates and times of different occurrences. You'll need the proof you collect if you plan on going to the authorities in order to support your case.

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