Cyber bullying can take place through instant text-messaging, social media applications, online discussions or forums, and gaming where individuals can assess and contribute in the online contents. Cyber bullying comprises the application of information and communication technologies to support cautious, frequent, and intimidating behavior by an individual or group that is anticipated to harm others. Cyber bullying also involves in transferring, posting and distribution of destructive, harmful and false contents about a particular individual or group of people. Cyber bullying mostly take place in high schools and current figures estimate that 160,000 teenagers do not show up in school every day due to fear of attack or intimidation by other students.