2 Responses to How to deactivate Facebook to prevent Cyber-Bullying

  1. kvnmcwebn January 4, 2013 at 5:51 am #

    Good post Niall.
    What about using an anonymous accounts? Getting off facebook would be the best a someone could do if they were getting bullied. It’s become such a big part of the lives of the younger generation that some of them wouldn’t deactivate an account. Even if they were getting harassed. I think in those cases maybe setting up an anonymous account might allow them to deactivate the account with the problem. Just a thought, keep up the good work.

  2. Niall January 4, 2013 at 10:00 am #

    Thank you for your input. Much appreciated.
    Yes you are right about anonymous accounts such as ask.fm where tips on how to deactivate this is linked on my partner site http://www.PcClean.ie
    Facebook and other sites are part of our identity and it is very difficult to get rid of it. But overall the person needs to make a decision do they want to be continually harrassed on this site and feel pain daily or would they like to get a break off this bullying. Most cases when the bully does not get responses they will stop, but if they know they are getting the right reaction they will continue. 30 days off a site could make a difference and mentally it will help the victim that they do not need to see the messages all the time.
    Thanks for suggestions all are welcome,

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