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Social networks can be used in lots of different ways to bully someone.
'Often teenagers have a Facebook page that their parents know about and then another one for their real friends.
So the most important thing is to keep lines of communication open and to create opportunities for them to absorb your values.' Not understanding the boundaries and repercussions of appropriate online behaviour can lead to problems in the real world.
Also, find out how they are accessing the internet - is it your connection or a neighbour's Wifi?
This will affect whether your safety settings are being applied.'Emphasise that not everyone is who they say they are and make sure they understand that they should never meet up with anyone they only know online without taking a trusted adult with them,' says Baggaley.
Cyberbullying is not against the law, but harassment or threatening behaviour is.
That means if someone keeps making you feel scared on purpose, what they’re doing could be illegal.
The list, collated by Kelly Wallace with the help of Internet safety expert Katie Greer, also contains slang such as '420' for 'marijuana', 'POS' for 'parent over shoulder' and the phrase every parent dreads their teenager reading '(L)MIRL' for 'let's meet in real life'.
Renowned parenting expert and author of Calmer, Easier, Happier Parenting, Noël Janis-Norton, believes it's useful to have a good understanding of your child's online language but warns, 'Teens will always stay one step ahead'.
Sometimes people might get nasty messages when they are using instant messaging or chat rooms.
Sending those types of messages using someone else’s account without their permission is also online bullying.
'Think about what they might see, what they share, who they talk to and how long they spend online.