28-11-19 UNICEF estimates that 70% of young people between the ages of 15 and 24 have already suffered from cyberbullying. This type of online attacks is considered a crime in several European countries, including Portugal, but unfortunately it is not always possible to find and/or penalise those who commit them.  

 "Terms Against Bullying" is a digital platform and is also the driving force behind the campaign against cyberbullying, which brings together ISCAL, Universidade LusófonaUniversidade de Évora, Universidade da Madeira, Universidade Autónoma de LisboaUniversidade do Algarve, ISAL, Universidade Aberta and Queen Elizabeth's School. 

This reality leads these nine Portuguese universities to join in the fight against online bullying, known as Cyberbullying. 

After careful analysis of the terms and conditions of the contracts, which no one reads, with several operators, they are able to gather essential information on protection in case of aggression and crime in a single site available to all students or not. 

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