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Qué es el ciberbullying

Fragmento tomado del libro Cara y Cruz de la web, de Darío Acosta

¿Qué es el ciberbullying?

Es una palabra en inglés, por
ciberacoso, que se refiere al acto de atormentar y molestar a otra persona
usando medios electrónicos como redes sociales, e-mail, blogs, páginas web,
mensajes de texto, entre otros.

No es otra cosa que una nueva
versión del acoso tradicional que es conocido desde

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