Cyberbullying is limited only by the child’s imagination and ability to access technology. Their methods
vary and kids frequently change roles, from victim to bully and back again. Kids may cyberbully each other
because they are bored, angry, frustrated or seeking revenge. They may think that it’s funny or may do it
by accident, sending a message to the wrong person. Power-hungry kids may look to bolster their own
egos. Some may start out by defending themselves from traditional bullying and find out that they enjoy
being the “tough” guy or girl. Others may think that they are righting a wrong and standing up for others.
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