Sowparnika shree N, Shalini N, Sushma Reddy A,, Rohini R T, Shiva Kumar Naik


The aim of this concept is to achieve a good understanding of influence of cyberbullying on students and the actual possible need of prevention messages targeting students, children’s, teenagers and adults. This study explores adolescents trusts and behaviors combined with cyberbullying. As the cyberbullying is rapidly increasing in our society and most of teenagers get affected by its devastating effects.Cyberbullying is the abusement accurse in online to the adolescents, in mean side of media and its affecting all ages. Cyberbullying is when adult, teen or preteen is harassed abused or targeted by other child, teen, or preteen using internet, digital communication or cell phones. The disadvantages are increasingly common in social media. Cyberbullying has become a serious harmfulness which is affecting children’s adolescents and young adults. The text based cyberbullying detection make automatic detection of bullying massages in social media possible and it would help to build and give a healthy and safe social media environment.In this meaningful research area, the method has implemented a web based application which avoids cyberbullying in various websites and applications messengers.


Cyberbullying, abused words, harrassment, mental torture, filters,social media.

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