With that, children should be taught about cyberbully. To know how to notice when they are being bullied or when they know someone that has been bullied online. In addition, parents and teachers need to train students on how to behave on virtual platforms so as not to become bullies themselves. Teenagers and youths need to understand the consequences of a cyberbully.
Parents, teachers and responsible adults need to know the different online platforms that their children are being bullied on. The results of a survey conducted by Ipsos about the online channels through which children are cyberbullied in Asia-Pacific countries in 2017, 53% of respondents stated that bullying happened via social networks, compared to text messages and emails.