The first step to answering this prompt is to define cyberbullying, which is the use of electronic communication or technology to bully or harass someone. This typically involves sending messages or posting comments that are threatening, abusive, or insulting.
To define this term in your own words, think about how you might briefly explain the concept to someone who has never heard of it. Consider what you might say that would help someone gain a clear concept of what cyberbullying is and what makes it different from other types of bullying.
Next, you will need to think of or research real-world examples of cyberbullying that you can share. This could include personal experiences that you or someone you know has gone through. Failing that, you can include incidents of cyberbullying that have been reported in the news. You can find these by entering "cyberbullying" into a search engine and sorting the results by news.
One example of cyberbullying is when someone creates a fake social media account or uses an anonymous account to send hateful messages, spread rumors, or share embarrassing photos of another person. Another example could be a group of people using a public forum or social media platform to target and harass a specific individual or group, either through abusive comments, threats, or the dissemination of private information without consent.