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Cyber bullying is any form of bullying which takes place online or through smartphones and tablets.Social networking sites, messaging apps, gaming sites and chat rooms such as Facebook, XBox Live, Instagram, You Tube, Snapchat and other chat rooms can be great fun and a positive experience. Cyber bullying is rife on the internet and most young people will experience it or see it at some time.In a similar way to stickers, animated images are another way of communicating emotions and feelings.Nearly 14.5% of Facebook bots receive animated images.Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho told his Chelsea counterpart Antonio Conte that his antics in whipping up the crowd during the London club's 4-0 victory were "humiliating", according to Italian television.The Portuguese went straight to Conte at the final whistle on Monday morning (AEDT) and spent several seconds talking into his ear.Nasty or humiliating comments on posts, photos and in chat rooms. Denigration – This is when someone may send information about another person that is fake, damaging and untrue.Sharing photos of someone for the purpose to ridicule, spreading fake rumours and gossip. We even hear about people altering photos of others and posting in online for the purpose of bullying.
Matic said the Arsenal defeat had been the turning point in Chelsea's transformation."I think the Arsenal game was a wake-up call for us," he told the Evening Standard.
British media reported that the ill-feeling spilled into the tunnel where a member of Mourinho's staff refused a handshake from Conte, and others were involved in verbal disputes.
Chelsea's manager denied that he had been trying to humiliate United."There has always been respect for all, and naturally for Manchester United," said Conte.
Flaming – This is when someone is purposely using really extreme and offensive language and getting into online arguments and fights.
They do this to cause reactions and enjoy the fact it causes someone to get distressed.
In our recent national bullying survey, 56% of young people said they have seen others be bullied online and 42% have felt unsafe online.