The Balance: Note to parents: This social network was rated the worst for teenage cyberbullying

Teenage cyberbullies may be taking lessons from their parents. And no one is safe — from reality TV stars and female newscasters to revenge porn.

Some 41% of Americans have personally experienced online harassment, a new survey by the Washington, D.C.-based Pew Research Center released Tuesday. They have experienced name-calling (27%), efforts to embarrass them (22%), physical threats (10%), stalking (7%), sustained harassment (7%) and sexual harassment (6%). “Americans who have experienced these severe forms of harassment tend to report a number of consequences, ranging from mental and emotional stress to proactive steps to protect their privacy,” the survey of nearly 4,250 adults found.

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