Father of cyberbullying victim 'not surprised' by survey

The father of British teenager Hannah Smith, who took her own life after allegedly being bullied online, said it was "scary" he was not surprised by a survey that suggested 69% of young people have been cyberbullied.

Dave Smith said he was expecting the figures "to be a little bit higher".

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'69% of young' cyberbullied

At least 69% of young people have been cyberbullied, and 20% of those have felt the bullying had been "very extreme", a survey has found. Anti-bullying charity Ditch the Label found Facebook to be the website where the most bullying took place.