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Is cyber crime a serious problem?

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Answered by Harvey Specter
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Despite the nonappearance of physical contact or discernable put-down, cyberbullying can be
much more damaging than conventional types of bullying. Through web-based social networking and
versatile interchanges, tormenting can now conceivably be seen by the majority of a youngster's
companions, family, and associates. Therefore, the humiliation, disgrace, and other more serious results
of harassing can turn out to be much more extreme. For instance, if a secondary school understudy
takes an unflattering photo of a schoolmate and sends it to every last bit of her companions (by means
of cell phone) with pernicious remarks. All of a sudden, the objective understudy is being prodded by
the greater part of her colleagues. So rather than one occasion of tormenting, it regularly goes up
against its very own existence. 
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