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Anti-Cyberbullying Site Back Online for Bullying Prevention Month

Cyberbullying Report

Cyberbullying Report

An anti-cyberbullying website that empowers victims by helping them tell their stories is back online just in time for National Cyber Security Awareness Month. provides an online publishing service where anyone that signs up for a no cost membership and verifies their email address can instantly become an anti-cyberbullying journalist. The website caters mostly to people that have been harassed on social media and complaints websites with the caveat that they can now post complaints of their own about the people that blasted them. Often those reports result in an online profile of the aggressor like what they created about the victim but with the truth about them instead of lies about the victim.

October has been National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) since it was launched in 2004 by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the National Cyber Security Alliance. The purpose of the month is to raise awareness about the importance of cyber security. was started by the owner of other complaints websites after users were asking him to add comments to profiles that he had posted of people that had abused those websites. Often that abuse was in the form of reports falsely accusing people of various wrongdoings, but he did not want to post their comments himself. Instead he gave them an identical service for exposing the people that had abused his other services to abuse them and opened it up to anyone that had suffered similar abuse online. The website is promoted as a useful tool that can be leveraged against people that are bullying by calling them out and offering to stop when they do. is now back online just as it appeared on June 24, 2012 when something bad happened to the owner and the site went down due to him being physically unable to pay the hosting bill.

For more information visit:

Cyberbullying Report: Anti-Bullying and Internet Safety Services

P.O. Box 86653
Portland, OR 97286

Cyberbullying Report is an online service dedicated to empowering bullying victims by giving them a voice.

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