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Cyberbullying, or online bullying, is bullying that’s done by means of technology - for example, using the internet or a mobile phone to hurt, harass or embarrass someone.

If you’re experiencing cyberbullying in Australia, you’re not alone. Unfortunately, up to one in five young Australians have reported being cyberbullied. We've got some really helpful cyberbullying resources that help with what to do about online bullying.

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Ways to look after yourself if you're experiencing bullying

While the experts are awesome at helping out with a bullying situation, sometimes it’s great to hear from someone who’s been there. We asked a stack of young people who had experienced bullying for their best piece of advice.

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Chat to others who know what it's like

Cyberbullying doesn't happen on every website. Check out our safe and anonymous forums to hear stories from other young people or share your own experience.

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Hear from people who've dealt with bullying

While the experts are awesome at helping out with a bullying situation, sometimes it’s great to hear from someone who’s been there. We asked a stack of young people who had experienced bullying for their best piece of advice.

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Cyberbullying Action Plan

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