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If another player is behaving badly or making you uncomfortable, block them from your players list. You may also be able to report them to the game site operator. •Limit your game play time so you can still do other things like homework, jobs around the house and hanging out with your friends.•Keep personal details private. •Remember to make time offline for your friends, your favourite sports and other activities.•Some websites will ask you to pay money to play a game. Make sure you talk to your parents about this and they agree to make the payment.•Remember that some websites are designed to make money for the company providing the service—not the player of the game. Make sure you understand the terms of the game before making any payment.
Ask your parents to install internet filter software to block bad sites.
If you are getiing cyberbulliedyou should tell someone. It's very important that someone knows you don't just stand back. Words hurt.Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_should_you_do_if_you're_being_cyberbullied#ixzz1yqqOfrLR
Tell a responsible adult
No-one has the right to bully another person. At its most serious, cyberbullying is illegal and can be investigated by the police.