Today, cyberbullying is not just about having one bully target a victim. It is about everyone talking behind each other’s back.
Cyberbullying has become more common today because of the advancement of technology. Teens now are using anonymous messaging applications on their phones to bully others. These apps allows for them to use fake numbers to call and text others.
Experts have defined cyberbullying as the actions of someone being hurtful repeatedly and deliberately to others.
Recently, Google Chrome added an extension which acts as a spellcheck for negative language. This extension lets the writer think twice about what they are about to send and gives them an opportunity to change it.