Cyber Victims

Twitter can be a great promotional tool thanks to its 145 million users, both for enterprises (network marketing) as to famous people arrive directly to his fans around the world; However, the network of the Blue Bird also has a downside: the cyber harassment. This bad practice of Internet made by so-called accounts troll of that platform has generated the closing of several successful accounts.This was the case of the star of Disney, Demi Lovato, who left a message on Twitter saying she was leaving him because the access that others have uncomfortable me. The star of Hairspray Amanda Bynes also erased yours a couple of weeks ago after being heavily criticized after announcing on Twitter that he would fail to act earlier this year, retracting its decision only a month later. According to Robert Thompson, Professor of Television and Popular culture at Syracuse University, the good thing about Twitter was the idea of being able to dispense with sending a statement of Press (beautiful words and phrases) and be able to reach directly to those who follow you.However, many celebrities have found that their tweets are ridiculed or that cause strong retaliation, able to lower the self-esteem of these people. For the rest of users disturbingly still more recognize that such a practice affecting only the famous today extends equally to all Twitter accounts. Most dangerous situation seems to go from bad to worse now that, according to a team from the national institutes of health United States (NIH), the harassment on the Internet would be even harder for victims to physical beatings and insults face-to-face.

The investigation, which joined four thousand 500 pre-teens and American teenagers, deeply about feelings of depression, irritability and envelope if they had been beaten, insulted, injured or if they had received negative messages via computer or cell phone. The results were clear: the victims Cyber would be more likely to feel isolated, dehumanised or helpless at the time of the attack, he wrote the team of researchers.Unlike traditional bullying, which usually consists of confrontation face to face, cybernetic victims would not see or identify his stalkers, they added. Although the physical and verbal skirmishers are usually depressive research threw Cyber victims reported much higher levels of depression than stalkers. In addition, it should be noted that the cyber harassment can be a political matter during childhood, so it ends up damaging the learning and can decrease results in school tests, according to NIH Research.