Digital technologies and social media are increasingly pervasive in our lives. People communicate, collaborate, share news and information through social networking sites every day – it’s easier than ever to stay connected. On the flip side, new issues have also emerged online.

According to Professor Christy Cheung, Professor of the Department of Finance and Decision Sciences, online harassment, the most prevalent form of cyberbullying, has become a widespread phenomenon around the world.

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