Ages 13 - 17, Cyberbullying

4 Ways to Help Teens Avoid Digital Harassment

By Common Sense Media®

What is Digital Harassment? It’s a form of harassment that happens through texts, instant messages, emails, and social media posts. The goal is to keep tabs on or threaten someone else. It usually involves two people in a close relationship. Here are 4 ways to help teens avoid digital harassment.

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