Interactive website using words to combat cyberbullying
A web project called Words Can Save, by Moscow-based company Hungry Boys, is aiming to encourage people to use the power of talking to help prevent cyberbullying-related suicides.
The website is open to those over the age of 18 due to the serious nature of the subject matter; it allows users to experience two stories of teenage cyberbullying victims, Mike and Kate, then communicate with them through their computer or smartphone to provide essential support in their darkest hour.
Here at Cybersmile we’re big fans of using the power of the internet community to spread #POSITIVITY and we know it can be a vital lifeline for victims of digital abuse. It’s great to see the web being used to highlight this message in such a wonderful way!
What do you think of the Words Can Save project? Do you think it will encourage people to talk more about cyberbullying? Let us know by tweeting us @CybersmileHQ!