Electronic bullying or cyberbullying involves primarily verbal aggression (e.g., threatening or harassing electronic communications) and relational aggression (e.g., spreading rumors electronically). Electronic bullying or cyberbullying can also involve property damage resulting from electronic attacks that lead to the modification, dissemination, damage, or destruction of a youth’s privately stored electronic information.

Cyber Bullying takes place on a variety of social media platforms. The apps that reported the most amount of cyber bullying issues were Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat.