Join the campaign against cyberviolence

Updated: Jan 19


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Cyberviolence refers to acts of harassment, threats, and intimidation using the internet, social media or other electronic devices/platforms. It impacts people emotionally, mentally, and physically – all of which can lead people to lash out or hurt themselves and others around them. Cyberviolence includes cyberbullying, cyberstalking and cybersex trafficking.

For Bullying Prevention Month and Domestic Violence Awareness Month, WISE is compiling resources to help create awareness about cyberviolence and share steps we can take to prevent online violence. Our resources are meant to be shared on social media platforms as a part of this month’s #BullyingPrevention and #DomesticViolenceAwareness campaign.

Minnesota Laws on Cyberviolence

Read more about Minnesota's policies on internet crime.

Cancel Culture

Cyberbullying

Cyberstalking