Cyberbullying is the act of bullying through digital devices such as mobile phones, computers, and tablets. Cyberbullying can be done through text messages, social media, forums or online games where people can view, participate or share content. Examples of cyberbullying include sending hurtful texts or instant messages, posting embarrassing photos or videos on social networking sites, and spreading average rumors online by using mobile phones.
If you want to figure out if your child is being bullied on the Internet, you need to pay close attention to your child’s online activities. If you don’t see signs of cyberbullying, you can breathe a sigh of relief. If you find that your child is being bullied, please take it seriously.
To some extent, cyberbullying is the same as traditional bullying. When school ends, traditional bullying stops. However, children have almost no chance of escaping online bullying. Nowadays, many children use the Internet to bully and harass each other through their smartphones. Therefore, we list several proven ways to help you prevent cyberbullying before it happens.
You can create a group chat or forum where parents can discuss issues related to cyberbullying.
Cyberbullying is not difficult to detect because it leaves a lot of traces. You need an effective tool to detect these signs and stop cyberbullying before things are out of control. With iKeyMonitor, the ultimate parental control app, you can find the signs of cyberbullying, stop and prevent cyberbullying timely, protect your kids online, and help your kids grow up happily and healthily.