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Some people share videos of bullying to let others know what’s happened or to catch the people doing the bullying.But it’s important you don’t post, share, comment or like videos of bullying because: If you see a video that shows someone you know hurting someone or being bullied themselves, tell an adult you trust, like a parent or teacher.Sometimes when people tag posts with ‘self-harm’, ‘depression’ or even ‘suicide’ it can lead to other people sending them nasty messages.
You could talk to a friend, an adult you trust or one of our trained counsellors.
Cyberbullying is not against the law, but harassment or threatening behaviour is.
The person being bullied could feel like you're part of the bullying. It’s important to think about how we might feel if someone said the same thing about us.
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Sometimes it can seem like cyberbullying will never end.
But there are some things you can do to make it stop. Telling someone you trust could help you report the cyber bullying and give you more confidence to deal with the situation.
If you're not sure who to tell, you can always speak to a Childline counsellor.
You can also talk to a Childline counsellor if you see something that upsets you online, even if you don’t know the people involved.
This could include pretending to be someone else and writing fake comments or blogs.
Bullying videos can be posted online on social media, live-streaming sites and photo sharing apps like Snapchat.