According to Hunter (2012), cyber bullying did not exist before 2000 (p. 8) but in the youth generation today, cyber bullying is rampant. The period which gives the technology to develop brought many benefits to the society, but it also brought dangers (Hunter, 2012, p. 8). Bullying is one of the problems that society faces. “Bullying is any activity that uses force or threats to persecute people and make them feel bad” (Hunter, 2012, p. 6). Though it can be traumatic to people who experienced it, they still know that they have a home they can consider a safe place. It is different when it comes to cyber bullying. Hunter (2012) noted that “there is no safe place to get away from it” (p. 56). Cyber Bullying became a social problem because the high rate of suicide and trauma effects to the victims is alarming. Compared to a normal bullying, cyber bullying is easier to do. For those people who want to look for their target, they just easily browse the internet, join any social networks such as facebook, then make terrible stories, and then the victim cannot even recognize or know the source of it. Through cyber bullying, they can bully their target without getting caught since they can use anonymous users. Hence, they can freely sabotage their target. These cyber bullies have their way of bullying by using emails, websites, and even text messages. Through these technological ways, the victims cannot easily escape even to their homes. In contrary, the methods used in bullying before are almost alike to those in cyber bullying.