Cyberbullying Behaviour and Catfishing: How can we recognise if someone is fake online?

The online word plays a huge part in the lives of most young people. There has been a phenomenal increase in digital devices in the last decade. This has resulted in an increase in opportunity for cyberbullying behaviour to take place. This support article provides information, tips and guidance which educators/parents/carers can use as discussion points with young people to support them to recognise the signs of cyberbullying behaviour and whether someone has created a fake profile online (catfishing). This resource is supported by the Department of Education.

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