This film produced by the European Commission has been created to raise awareness of cyberbullying. It explores how young people's online information can be copied and distorted and the impact this can have on victims. The film also guides young people to report if they have any issues and reminds them that bullying is wrong - wherever it is perpetrated, whether online or offline.
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