cyberbullying research center   "I still cry when I think of what she said. After awhile you start believing all of the things people tell you that aren't true. When I look in the mirror I wonder if I'm fat (I'm not) after what my ex-friend said." (14 year-old girl from IL)
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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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"We were fortunate in Nassau County, Florida to bring Dr. Hinduja to our middle schools as part of a Learn 'n Serve grant. After meeting with students in classrooms, club meetings and assemblies, Dr. Hinduja was able to bring our county's dialogue about cyberbullying to a different level. He was flexible about the setting he spoke in, the size of the audience he spoke to, the time he was allowed to present in, and the busy schedule required of him. Administrators appreciated having a copy of his book as a resource, students appreciated his real world cyber experiences, and I appreciated his passion for and expertise of his subject. Keep up the good work, Dr. Hinduja! Your message is going to continue to be relevant for youth, teachers and administrators for years to come." Kim Clemons, Project Manager, Office of Intervention and Prevention, Nassau County School District
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