To understand the full meaning and impact of cyberbullying, it is important to understand the wired culture in which we live today. Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), while beneficial, are also the means by which cyberbullying occurs. The use of different ICTs, however, varies with the age, race/ethnicity, and gender of the individuals sampled. For example, whereas online gaming is popular among elementary school children, social media assumes an increasingly important role among middle and high school students as well as college students. In the workplace, email and social media predominate as vehicles for electronic communication. A key reason why ICTs are important is because the most popular electronic communication technologies for a particular age group reflect the venue by which cyberbullying is perpetrated. The current chapter examines the use of ICTs across different demographic groups, with a consideration of prevalence rates of cyberbullying among these different groups via the most popular ICTs per group.