Cyberbullying is prevalent on social media and online games. Don't fall in the trap of NMK (not my kid). Your child could be a cyberbully as well as a victim. Teach your child to be a Cyber Superhero: an Upstander rather than a Bystander.
An Upstander is someone who speaks up in support of a victim of cyberbullying. A Bystander takes the easier route of avoiding the conflict that they are observers too.
Take screenshots of messages, save images or video and report it to the parents and school of the child involved, or to the child protection authority in your jurisdiction if it involves a threat to safety. For bullying to stop, it needs to be identified and reporting it is key.
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