Cyberbullying, legal frame and tools

According to the European Commission, Cyberbullying is repeated verbal or psychological harassment carried out by an individual or group against others. It can take many forms: mockery, insults, threats, rumours, gossip, “happy slapping”, disagreeable comments or slander. Interactive online services (e-mail, chat rooms, instant messaging) and mobile phones have given bullies new opportunities and ways in which they can abuse their victims.

The DELETE CYBERBULLYING Project is a European Awareness Raising Campaign on Cyberbullying
Under the Daphne III Programme (Duration: 1st February 2013-end June 2014), which offers many usefull links, tools, tips and legal information about the subject.

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