here's the definitions of what cyberbullying is
1. Bash board – An online bulletin board on which individuals can post anything they want. Generally, posts are malicious and hateful statements directed against another person.
2. Chat – An online conversation, typically carried out by people who use nicknames instead of their real names.
3. Cyberbully – to bully online by sending or posting mean messages.
4. Cyberbullying – Intentional and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computer, cell phones, and other electronic devices.
5. Denigration – to treat or represent as lacking in value or importance; belittle; disparage.
6. Flaming – Sending angry, rude, or obscene messages directed at a person or persons privately or an online group. A “flamewar” erupts when “flames” are sent back and forth between individuals repeatedly.
7. Harassment – Unsolicited words or actions intended to annoy, alarm, or abuse another individual.
8. Impersonation – an act of pretending to be another person for the purpose of entertainment or fraud.
9. Outing – the act or practice of revealing the homosexuality of a person.
10. Profile – When considered in the context of online social networking, this is a user‐created Web page—the design of which can be customized—where a person’s background, interests, and friends are listed to reflect who that person is or how that person would like to be seen. Streaming music, video, and digital pictures are often included as well.
11. Trolling – Deliberately and disingenuously posting information to entice genuinely helpful people to respond (often emotionally). Often done to inflame or provoke others.
12. Threat – Making a statement of taking an action that indicates harm to another.
13. Victim – The person who is on the receiving end of online social cruelty. Also known as the “target.”