I asked top anti-cyber bullying charity CyberSmile what to do if you think you are being cyber bullied online, here are their top tips:

1. NEVER REPLY

Do not respond to abusive messages or threats. It could make things worse and you might be accused of cyberbullying.

2. TELL SOMEONE STRAIGHT AWAY

Don't try and deal with this alone - talk to your parents, a family member, a teacher or a friend about it.

3. SAVE ANY ABUSIVE MESSAGES

Record and store any abusive messages, they could be used as evidence.

4. BLOCK AND REPORT

You can stop someone from sending you abusive messages and posting nasty comments by blocking and reporting them to the site administrator.

5. ASK YOUR SCHOOL

Ask what support your school can offer.

6. NEVER GIVE PASSWORDS

Don't give your passwords to your friends, you could lose control of your own personal information.

7. NEVER ARRANGE TO MEET

If anyone you don't know tries to arrange to meet you, tell someone immediately (more for under 18s).

8. THINK BEFORE YOU ‘CLICK’

Many arguments start with a misunderstanding, so think about what you really want to say before you start to write. Read more about Netiquette here!

9. DON’T GET CAUGHT UP

Avoid becoming involved in cyberbullying campaigns. Don’t pass on a comment, message or picture just because “everyone is doing itâ€. Stop and think.

10. REPORT CYBERBULLYING

If you know someone is being cyberbullied don't stand by and let them suffer. Report it - anonymously if you like - to your school or a responsible adult/ site admin/ website support.

For more information and support, visit CyberSmile.org