by Journal of Adolescent Health — published in 2015

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This article provides an up-to-date assessment of cyberbullying, including its epidemiology, phenome- nology, associated suici- dality, differential impact on sexual minorities, man- ifestations in adults, and management on the legal, school, and family fronts. Cyberbullies, cybervictims, and bully-victims are dis- cussed as is the compli- cating role of mobile technologies, social media, and “ anonymous social ” networks.

Academic sector, Social, Technological, privacy, social networks, cybercrime, data protection