In this master thesis I look at a phenomenon known as Facerape, Facerape is to take over somebody else s profile online on a social media without the owners knowledge or consent. My main research question was whether Facerape is seen as cyberbullying or innocent fun. I performed a survey amongst 4 different classes in Upper secondary school. I found out that amongst the participants in this survey this was seen as innocent fun, since no one said that they had Faceraped in a hurtful or nasty way. However there were still people who had witnessed or experienced hurtful or nasty behaviour done to them as Facerape, however since no one says that they have done this but people have still experienced it, this could mean that the perception of what is a hurtful or nasty Facerape differs from the perspective of witnesses, victims and people performing it. This means that you are more likely in this survey to have experienced this in a hurtful or nasty way as a witness or victim than experience it as hurtful or nasty if you are the one behind the Facerape. In the survey I have also compared boys and girls and urban versus rural areas. There were more boys than girls who had any experience with Facerape, and more boys than girls that had experienced Facerape as innocent fun. There were more participants from rural areas that had experience with Facerape and also more participants from rural areas that had experienced this as innocent fun. My hypothesis that if you get Faceraped by a close friend or someone you know it is more fun than if it is somebody that you do not know or like has been weakened.