If you are feeling like running away or are away from home, we are here to listen. Cyber bullying is when someone is targeting you online, doing or saying things that upset you, or trying to make you look bad to others. For info about 1-2-1 chat times or to chat live, click the pink chat button below.Nothing is as exciting as a notification that someone “has sent you a monkey.” Cyber Dust also attempts to tap into its inner Twitter with celebrity accounts you can follow— of course Cuban is there as Blog Maverick.
The need for more digital privacy is a serious issue, and companies like Facebook are pushing their own private messaging solutions.
Cyber Dust comes far short of its lofty ambitions, joining a crowded field of messaging apps fighting to not save your messages.
There are dozens of companies trying to build the next Snapchat or Secret, hoping to strike gold with yet another app designed to keep your messages private.
It may seem odd that the latest crusader for digital privacy is gregarious Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban.
This could be by writing nasty things about you, either in a public way e.g.
commenting on a You Tube video, @replying on Twitter/tweeting about you, writing Facebook posts about you/commenting on your posts, writing a blog about you, etc.Or it could be a more private bully, who will send you emails, Facebook PMs, private Twitter messages, and so on.Writing mean comments about people with the aim of getting a reaction out of them is commonly referred to as “trolling”, or being a “troll”.You’ll be asked to provide any and all information you have regarding the cyberbullying, as well as to answer several important questions, including: Your investigator will keep you apprised of all developments in real-time.Upon the conclusion of the investigation, a full report will be provided along with any court-admissible evidence.Trolls have sadly become a “normal” part of internet life – people who choose to put content out into the world through platforms such as You Tube have come to expect trolls on their comments section.