How can we stop online abuse?
Block cyberbullies’ social media, email and instant messaging accounts as appropriate. Report cyberbullies to your internet service provider (ISP), mobile phone provider (if bullying is via texts or calls) or social media site/app.
How do I stop social media harassment?
File a report with the police district where your business and home are located and include all documentation of the cyber-harassment or cyberstalking. If you have evidence of the perpetrator’s identity, file a restraining order because you don’t know when that person might take the harassment offline.
How can you protect yourself from online harassment?
How to protect against cyberstalking
- Review and change passwords for all online accounts.
- Enable strict privacy settings on social media platforms.
- Disable any publicly available itineraries or calendars.
- Limit online sharing with individuals outside your close friends or family.
How do you deal with someone who is harassing you?
Call the police immediately if you feel threatened with imminent harm. If you are uncertain, call the police. If you have a restraining order, call the police and have them enforce it. Your harasser may break other laws and police can arrest them for those or the harassment.
How can you protect yourself from harassment?
How to Defend Against Workplace Harassment
- Document Harrassment. Keep track of every instance of inappropriate or harassing behavior.
- Refute the Behavior. Refuse to be drawn in to harassing situations.
- Get Allies.
- File Formal Complaints.
- Be Prepared to Walk Away.
What are three ways to stay safe on social media?
9 Ways to Stay Safe on Social Media
- Lock Down Privacy Settings.
- Use Text Messaging to Prevent Unauthorized Logins.
- Be Discreet About Your Whereabouts.
- Avoid (and Report) Duplicate Friend Requests.
- Don’t Use Social Credentials to Sign Into Third-Party Sites.
- Avoid Quizzes and Games That Require Access to Profile Information.