I went to my facebook to do what I would normally would do(check messages, etc.), and I found out someone is intentionally giving my good reputation I got on SoM to some people I talk to a bad name. On Facebook, I find out that I was apparently giving personal attacks when I was no where on it since February 12. HOW DOES ONE DO A PERSONAL ATTACK TO WHOEVER I AM ATTACKING WHEN I HAVEN'T BEEN ON SINCE THEN!!??
Re: Cyber Personal Attacks By: Aeons_Wing / Novice Mar 04, 2015
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Welcome back! Oh, I'd just ignore them. Anyone who simply believes them without checking deserves to be wrong and embarrassed, and if they're so gullible, that's going to happen on its own, and not only for this event.
Unless someone guessed the password of your account and used it to bully people, or there's some jerk out there with the username LostShadow911 or ListShadow91 or LostShade9 then it's mistaken identity, I would just ignore it.
Re: Cyber Personal Attacks By: RockinMordor Mar 05, 2015
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In this world you will deal with thes type of people all throughout your life. It is best to ignore them, if it's a facebook matter; block them. I can't even begin to tell you how many people are on my long list of blocked. It's usually that simple when it comes to cyber attacks.
Honestly, people that go try and cause drama for you usually have their own insecurities and feel exactly what they are saying about you is like them. They attempt to place themselves on a pedistal to rise themesleves up and get a reaction to have some delusional control over the other person.
As it is in magic so it is with bullies: You give them as much power as you want them to have.
Re: Cyber Personal Attacks By: Vamp_lord Mar 05, 2015
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Brysing is right never engage with someone who is bullying you they are trying to get you to start a confrontation with them so they can further bully you and ruin your good reputation. If the situation continues you can report their profile or take it to your parents then if it should continue you should take it to your local Law Enforcement Agency.