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Cyberbullying and online harassment can be extremely distressing. They can be classed as criminal offences but there is lots of help available to support you.
Tips to stay safe online
Think before you post - when posting or commenting on the internet, consider what you say and what effect this may have. Never post comments that are abusive or may cause offence to others.
Keep personal information personal - do not say anything or publish pictures that might later cause you or someone else embarrassment. Be aware of what friends post about you, or reply to your posts, particularly about your personal details and activities.
Make the most of privacy settings - keep your profiles closed, allowing access only to your chosen friends and family
Bullying and harassment can be hard to talk about but you should not deal with it alone. If you think you are being bullied try and talk to a trusted adult such as a parent, family member, carer or teacher or a friend. They will be able to help and support you.
For confidental help and advice: