More than 100,000 Americans are currently affected by cyberbullies, according to a report from the American Psychological Association.
The number is up from 90,000 last year, when a report by the National Center for Victims of Crime said the number had tripled.
Cyberbullying is now the most common form of stalking in the US, the report said.
“Cyberbullies target young adults who feel unsafe, insecure, and are vulnerable,” said Dr. John Vibes, director of the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation.
The report said more than 200,000 American teenagers are victims of cyberbullied, including 18 percent of college-aged students.
It said more teens are victims than ever before.
In the past few years, the number of cyber-bullies has increased by 10 percent.
In 2016, cyberbullaging victims in the United States accounted for more than 3,000,000 victims.
It’s estimated that about 7,000 of those victims are now adults.
Cyber bullying is a form of cyberstalking.
It is often conducted through social media, email, text messages and instant messages, which are not recorded or monitored by a person’s physical location.
The FBI said it does not have statistics on how often cyberbulling occurs on college campuses, but said the rate is increasing.
Cyber-bullying has been on the rise since 2014.
The APA said the problem of cyber bullying on college and university campuses has received relatively little attention.
A 2015 study by the American Association of University Women found that cyber-bully incidents on college campus had risen by 60 percent between 2015 and 2017.
The group said online harassment of women is becoming more common as cyberbullishing and other forms of cyber stalking have become more frequent.
It reported that incidents of cyberharassment were also on the increase among high school students.