Cyberbullying is the use of electronic communications to deliberately bully or harass another person. It can take many forms, including sending abusive or threatening messages, posting humiliating or private information about someone online, or pretending to be someone else in order to damage their reputation. Cyberbullying can be extremely harmful and upsetting for its victims, and can have a lasting impact on their mental and emotional wellbeing. If you know someone who is being cyberbullied, it's important to offer them support and advice. You should also report any instances of cyberbullying to the relevant authorities, such as your child's school or the police.