The ABC’s cyberbullied topic unit is exploring what it means to raise the issue of cyberbullies and how Australians can get the message across.
Key points:The ABC’s Cyberbullied section is investigating the issue and providing advice to people on how to protect themselves and othersWhat you need to know about cyber bullyingIf you’re concerned about cyber violence, we suggest you speak to your local police departmentWhat you can doIf you or someone you know has been a victim of cyber bullying, the ABC’s Crime and Corruption Unit is investigating.
We are working with experts and police partners to understand what is happening and where it’s happening and to try and identify and tackle it.
To help with the investigation, the Crime and Punishment Section of the ABC has developed a Cyberbullying Prevention and Action Plan, which outlines the steps that should be taken if you or a family member are being targeted.
In this guide, we have compiled a list of some of the best ways to raise your concerns and how to find out if someone is a cyberbullider.
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