Targets of cyberbullying can experience significant psychological and emotional problems including depression, anxiety and panic, anger and suicidal behavior.
The identified victim of cyberbullying is now often called the target and bystanders are now witnesses.
Safety is paramount, says Parker, and if you are a bad actor in the system, Facebook Connect, a team of moderators and security algorithms will be used to block nasty users.
"We don't want to reinvent the social graph, we don't want an application to download, that's an archaic model," said Parker.
The average statistic nationwide reports that youth victimized by their peers were 24 times more likely to report a suicide attempt than youth who reported not being bullied.
Students who are both bullied and engage in bullying behaviors are the highest risk group for adverse outcomes.