Online bullying has become a huge problem in recent years since the rise of social networking. It means bullies can now follow their victims right into their homes, at all times of day and night, in full view of the public eye.
Just as the invention of the gun gave people the option to kill from a comfortable distance, social networking now allows bullies to taunt and abuse their victims from behind the safety of their computer screens.
Last year ChildLine took an average of 87 calls a day from children worried about bullying.
Now, Facebook and ChildLine have teamed up to launch Step Up: Stop Bullying, an anti-bullying app that offers guidance on who to go to and what to do if the user is affected by bullying.
The campaign is being supported by Liam Payne from popular body band One Direction, TV...