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These guidelines are primarily concerned with offences that may be committed by reason of the nature or content of a communication sent via social media.

Where social media is simply used to facilitate some other substantive offence, prosecutors should proceed under the substantive offence in question.

In fact I have been victim of such deductions where my mobile service provider (Aircel) keeps slashing my prepaid balance by Rs.30 every month for some useless Dial & Chat Service which I have never subscribed .

Making a call to their call center is just wasting our time and energy.

“Cyberbullying” is the label used for bullying that uses electronic means such as the internet and mobile phones to aggressively and intentionally harm someone.

It predominantly occurs through SMS, blogs and websites, including chat rooms and instant messaging (IM).[4] Because cyberbullying can be anonymous, cyberbullies are often emboldened by the protection this gives them.

These guidelines equally apply to the re-sending (or re-tweeting / sharing) of communications and whenever they refer to the sending of a communication, the guidelines should also be read as applying to the re-sending of a communication.

However, for the reasons set out below, the context in which any communication is sent will be highly material.

Cyberbullying is common and in some cases can be severe because it’s covert in nature.[11][12] It has the potential to involve public humiliation or embarrassment across a wide viral audience and it can be enduring.[13] In addition, the bullying behaviour can be invasive as the bully can infiltrate the victim’s home and privacy through the use of the internet and mobile phone. Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas vol.81, no.1, Sept/Oct 2007.

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