cyberbullying research center   "Sometimes I get insulted for no reason because i said my mind so then I get into a fight and feel good when i convince the person/change their perspective/prove I'm right because it shows I have an impact on people. Once I got into a huge fight because these girls were bullying one of my friends and I tried to tell them to stop resulting in them insulting me very badly but me getting insulting them all the same. They made threats to beat her up, what else could I do? They printed out what I said but not what they said and showed the principal. I got in a lot of trouble but talked my way out of it telling the TRUTH (something THEY didn't do) and got let off with a warning." (15 year-old girl from Canada)
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When somebody cyberbullies you, and you can identify the IP address associated with that person, run it through the following interface to lookup the Internet Service Provider (ISP) who owns the IP, and oftentimes email address (e.g., abuse@isp.com) of the person at that ISP who handles complaints of abuse and misuse of Internet resources. Then, send to that email address all evidence of the cyberbullying behavior, as well as the exact date, time, and IP address information.

Also provided through this tool is other information you can use to document your case and supply to investigating authorities. Be sure to print or save to your hard drive the results of the query.


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