The term "Cyberbullying" is the moral aggression practices, organized by groups against a particular person and fed via internet. No wonder, with the increased use of social networks, such discriminatory practice and vexatious, has increased considerably in recent years, especially among young people.
In other words, "cyberbullying" is a bullying representing manifestation of hostile practices (via information technology) in order to ridicule, harass and / or pursue someone exacerbated form.
Note that virtual communities, e-mails, blogs, are means of living of young people, in which they expose themselves publicly, make friends and exchange ideas. Thus, the "cyberbullying" is the virtual violence that usually occurs between the shy and defenseless people, or simply not to fall in sympathy of tyrants.
Thus, the attackers create a fake profile on the Internet in order to intimidate and ridicule their victim through assemblies pornographic pictures with the face of the victim.
Research shows scary data on attacks through the Internet, where one in ten young has suffered cyberattack. Importantly, the "cyberbullying" can bring drastic consequences from the death or someone's suicide, which occurred more frequently among young people, who have great difficulties in dealing with differences, isolate themselves, become depressed and in some cases, need psychological support. Among adolescents, young people and students, these conflicts are common and are part of the identity claim.
Unfortunately, the use of the Internet for organizing attacks on the honor of the people has been a common practice that has caused havoc in the life of the injured person. So many people face the consequences of pages entitled "I hate Jane Doe", where the victim, most minority groups (women, negors, homosexual, etc.) become the target of all sorts of name calling. To avoid the danger of manipulation of young people on the Internet, the guidance and supervision of parents becomes very...