Bullying is no longer limited to direct physical or verbal confrontations in the schoolyard. Technology has enabled bullying to expand into cyber space. The power of the Internet and its influence on the lives of teens should not be underestimated. In an adolescent world dominated by peer pressure, electronic connections pose an element of danger. Computer access is readily available in schools, public libraries, and the home. Regardless of race, culture, or ethnicity the goal for school personnel remains to develop successful intervention strategies to combat bullying and cyber bullying, to constructively work with bullies, engage the bystanders, empower victims, and keep students safe. This article discusses aspects of bullying found in cyber bullying and presents prevention and intervention strategies for school counselors and parents.