Common Apps Teenagers Use for Cyberbullying
In 2015, statistics showed cyber harassment was taking place a lot on Facebook. Nowadays, there are more apps, and Snapchat and Instagram are other concerns.
Marta Martinez-Hasty, LCSW, Director of Project Gold at Kristi House, says now the parents are very worried about the Photoshop, because it is very easy for someone to take a picture of their kids and work it with that program, when the child never did what is seen there.
She thinks that many times people do it because they think it's funny, but they do not stop to see the consequences of that.