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A form of bullying where a victim is bullied over social media.
Scientists found a solution for Cyberbullying today, it includes closing the fucking laptop and going outside for once you tech-media slave. Jesus Christ
by BaconSoap December 10, 2015
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A very sensitive topic that circulates the Interwebs; it generally refers to YouTube comments or videos created to target and harass a person, like LeafyIsHere, Keemstar, etc. In addition, cyberbullying can result when one uses an IM app or program to tease people profusely. Many people claim to be a victim of cyberbullying when in fact they are just butthurt because of a one-time, painless YouTube comment or video directed at them. KIDS THERE IS A FINE LINE BETWEEN BEING BUTTHURT AND BEING CYBERBULLIED. Cyberbullying can also arise from a cringey fuckboy IG selfie and massive amounts of people commenting, "ur oogly skrub kys xddxdddddxd". Cyberbullying is a very sensitive topic in schools and among parents because we all know that parents don't stalk their kids' internet histories and we all know what the hell kind of content kids these days are viewing *AHEM THIS WEBSITE*
10-year-old kid (New to the internet): SOMEBODY CALLED ME A FAT GAY SCRUB!!! *Sobs* MOM, I'M A VICTIM OF CYBERBULLYING!!!!!!
Mother: *Sigh* Fuck off, son. That's not bullying, don't get butthurt. (Muttering) Holy shit why did a raise a sensitive prick for a son...
by The_XD_Lord January 6, 2017
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A phrase to describe the use of such entities as myspace, youtube, or any form of chat/free online discussion for the purpose of trash-talking one's peers. Used often by ill-informed middle aged "experts" such as teachers, soccer moms, liberal politicians, social workers, and school administrators who seek to demonize and censor myspace or any other free web usage.
Cyberbullying is often played up as a major threat to youth, although only a very small percent of young internet users are actually offended by others' trash talk and take it to heart enough to actually consider it bullying. And, as so often happens, a few ruin it for the rest of us.
Cyberbullying (among other suppposed causes)isn't what's making kids turn to violence, suicide, drugs, and rebellious ways. It's the fact that there are no morals or family structure in modern society anymore.
by Bob_Lenz July 11, 2008
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Any form of bullying toward someone online.
Some ignorant douchebags like to claim that cyberbullying isn't real but it does in fact exist. Words do hurt and some people online are very vulnerable towards harsher insults and verbal attacks, so be careful of the types of people you meet online.
by CelticEagle February 18, 2019
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A term for bullying across the internet via IM, E-Mail, Facebook or other social network.
GIRL 1: Bea was cyberbullying Anne via formspring.

GIRL 2: Are you kidding? What did she say?
GIRL 1: She called her a slut!
GIRL 2: Well, that's legit cyberbullying. I hope Anne's okay.
by techsavvygal January 26, 2011
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To cyberbully is to tease, make fun of, or insult a person on the internet. Basically acting like a tough guy or a bully on the internet.

Someone got cyberbullied and killed herself later on, because what was said to her hurt really badly.
Joe: Yo girl, you really are a disgrace to this world. You shouldn't be here.

Lisa: I am not a disgrace! I can do -

Joe: Nobody likes you. Not even your parents.

Lisa: What?! Yes they do!

Joe: Prove it; did they ever SAY they love you? Probably not.

Lisa: No! Stop! You're wrong!

Joe: Hmph, you're not meant to belong anywhere in this world.

Lisa: STOP!

Later on, Lisa cries, and tells her parents she was being made fun of and insulted on the internet.

Parent: Oh, he was a cyberbully!
by EpicWinzorz December 28, 2009
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"Cyberbullying involves the use of information and communication
technologies such as e-mail, cell phone and pager text messages, instant messaging, defamatory personal Web sites, and defamatory online personal polling Web sites, to support deliberate, repeated, and hostile behaviour by an individual or group,
that is intended to harm others."
She was a victim of cyberbullying when she received threatening e-mail and mobile phone text messages.
by Bill Belsey September 1, 2003
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