Cyberstalking And Cyberbullying
Types of Cyberbullying and Cyberstalking :
1. Trolling and Flaming: This category includes posting mean spirited, rude or angry messages
2. Excluding: For malicious reasons leaving someone out of an online group.
3. Masquerading: Creating media profiles in Facebook, Twitter or other social networking sites as someone else in order to damage the reputation of the victim.
4. Mobbing: A group of people forming a gang and sending hundreds of text messages to the victim’s system. This is similar to the Denial of Service problem.
5. Denigrating: Posting or sending some cruel and embarrassing material like personal text, photos, etc. about the individual to others and demeaning the person in other’s view.
6. Outing: With the intent of embarrassing or harming a person, posting or sending out privateinformation about someone without that person’s permission.
7. Harassing: Repeatedly sending unwanted messages to another person. Cyber stalking can touch anyone, including adults. Children, however, are popular victims. Other people who might be victims of cyberstalking …show more content…
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