Two things. 1. It’s you. 2. I’m not buying the numbers.

Whose job is it to keep us safe from online harassment?

A new report has found that 41% of Americans have personally experienced online harassment, 66% have seen it directed to others, and 62% consider it a major problem.

The Pew Research Center survey of 4,248 US adults shows that the number has crept up since the center last did a study of this type in 2014. Three years ago, 35% of all adults had experienced some form of online harassment.

Some of the trollery is just part of online life: something we can ignore or shrug off, such as name-calling or attempts to embarrass us.

But nearly one in five Americans – 18% – have been recipients of the truly nasty, be it threats of violence, sustained harassment, sexual harassment or stalking.