Bark Blog Logo

Category — Cyberbullying

Forms Of Cyberbullying: Revenge Porn

Forms Of Cyberbullying: Revenge Porn

Mischa Barton, the star of The O.C., was recently the victim of revenge porn, an emerging form of cyberbullying. According to her, someone she dated used a hidden camera to video tape her during sex and in the shower. He then attempted to sell those videos. She found...

Anonymous Cyberbullying

Anonymous Cyberbullying

It seems every few weeks a new app emerges that allows for anonymous commenting on other user's posts. These apps do not necessarily require a user profile or a connection to an identity in order to make comments. No one holds cyberbullies and trolls are accountable...

Effects Of Cyberbullying On Children

Effects Of Cyberbullying On Children

*Updated: This post was first published May 10, 2016* From social media to online gaming to cell phones, today’s children have more avenues through which they can interact with each other virtually. That is why cyberbullying can be a source of significant...

The History of Cyberbullying

The History of Cyberbullying

Traditional bullying forced its way onto the web in the 1990s with the advent of affordable personal computers. Since then, classmates (and even strangers) have subjected children and teens to cyberbullying in public chatrooms or on private messaging platforms. The...

Pink Shirt Day: Wearing Anti Bullying Shirts

Pink Shirt Day: Wearing Anti Bullying Shirts

On February 22nd you might come across the hashtags #PinkShirtDay or #PinkShirtPromise on social media. You might also run into a group of people wearing pink tops with the slogan “Make Nice” on them. These hashtags and slogans are part of an awareness day in Canada...

Top 4 Reasons Kids Don’t Report Bullying

Top 4 Reasons Kids Don’t Report Bullying

Bullying is pervasive in today’s day and age. Kids experience bullying at school, online, or even in their very own backyards. The reasons why kids who are bullied and cyberbullied never report a bully to their parents may surprise you. Here are the top four reasons...

Why Does Bullying Happen On Instagram?

Why Does Bullying Happen On Instagram?

Cyberbullying is a rising concern, and it’s one that typically has no real legal repercussions – especially among minors. The best way to prevent the consequences of cyberbullying, like depression and sometimes even suicide, is to understand how and why kids do it....

Try Bark for Free

Get Updates

Category

Bark App Updates

Bark for Schools

Child & Teen Depression

Company News

Culture & Media

Cyberbullying

Digital Citizenship

Internet Safety Tips

Parenting Hacks

School Safety

Social Media Monitoring

Teen Suicide Prevention