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Title: Cyberbullying behaviors in anonymous social network
Authors: Samarasinghe, K. W. A. H.
Ahamed Sabani, M. J.
Shafan, M. S.
Keywords: Victims
Issue Date: 24-Aug-2022
Publisher: Faculty of Technology, South Eastern University of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka
Citation: 2nd International Conference -2022(ICST2022) Proceedings on” Building Sustainable Future Through Technological Transformation “24th August 2022. Faculty of Technology, South Eastern University of Sri Lanka. pp. 77-82.
Abstract: On a large scale, people use online social networks and mobile phones to harass victims with abusive text, images, audio, and video, resulting in a serious and growing societal problem. This study looks into unfavorable user behavior on social networks. Especially in the modern and evolving culture, cyberbullying is on the increase, and it is a phenomenon that both individuals are impacted by daily. Professionals must recognize cyberbullying, apply effective management measures that comply with regulations, and engage in proactive preventive programs. With the increased use of the world wide web, it's no surprise that young people are abusing such technologies. However, earlier research has documented the negative consequences of cyberbullying. Due to the social and cultural limits of civilizations, reporting cases of cyberbullying is also a major issue. Future studies should look into whether instructional programs reduce cyberbullying and improve reporting rates, as well as how cyberbullying affects social media etiquette. This research investigates unfavorable user behavior on a major social networking site that has resulted in several occurrences of cyberbullying, some of which have resulted in suicide conduct. We study how anonymous and non-anonymous users act in social networking and propose that obscurity is a significant source of such aggressive user behavior
ISBN: 978-624-5736-40-9
Appears in Collections:2nd International Conference on Science and Technology

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