With rising use of social media across all age groups, cyber bullying has become a significant problem for children and their parents. A 2017 poll of more than 2,000 adults conducted by the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital found that cyberbullying was the number one concern about their children’s health, followed by internet safety.
One-third of parents were concerned about cyberbullying, compared to only 28 percent for motor vehicle accidents, which are actually the leading cause of death for kids ages 2 to 14. Accordingly, the survey results are somewhat surprising and thus demand a look at what enables cyber bullying and what effects it can have on victims.
Since 2015, our team has helped many victims of cyberattacks for free. We have played a significant role in recovering their accounts and protecting their privacy. Our actions have saved many lives and families from being a victim of cyberattacks.