Learn how to protect yourself from cyber abuse.
Cyberbullying and online abuse can happen to anyone.
Online discrimination can be even more frequent and intense than offline harassment, seeping into every aspect of work, social and family life. As well as cyber bullying, new forms of online offence, including racism, sexism, sexual harassment and homophobia, are on the rise.
So how can you be present and make your mark online without risking being bullied or inadvertently becoming a bully? What can we do to regulate these destructive behaviours? And will new measures such as banning mobile phones in schools or removing ‘Likes’ on Instagram really do anything to kerb them?