Cyber Bullying

By Isabelle Tam

What is Cyber Bullying?

Cyber Bullying is when someone threatens, humiliates, embarrasses or bullies you online using digital technology, the internet, devices or social media.

Ways Cyberbullying Can Reach You:

- Social Media

- Chat Rooms

- Blogs

- Email

- Mobile Phones

- Online Polling Sites

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1 in every 3 children have experienced being Cyber Bullied before, 1 out of 4 of those people have been cyber bullied more than once and only 1 out of 10 of them have told an adult or parent. Also Cyber Bullying victims are 2-9 more times likely to commit suicide. About 70% of students see Cyber Bullying on social media. And 1 out of 2 people have admitted to saying something mean to someone online before, and more than 1 out of 3 people say they have done it more than once.
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How You Can Be More Cyber Smart!

- Not showing your personal details like your name, age, where you live, your password, your school, your social activities, your email address, your phone number or your family details.

- Only give your details to people you have met in real-life

- Never reply messages from people you don't know

- Setting all your social media accounts to 'private'

- Always ask people for permission before revealing their details

- Spend less time on social media sites

- Think about what you are about to post before you post it

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What to do if you get Cyber Bullied?

- Act appropriately

- Block the sender as soon as you can

- Save any mean messages, links, texts or emails from the sender

- Show an adult immediately once you get cyber bullied

- Report the bully

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Stop Cyberbullying!

Think before you type something,

Think before you post something.

If you see someone being cyber-bullied tell someone,

If you see someone being cyber-bullied stand up for them.

If you get cyber-bullied block the bully,

If you get cyber-bullied tell someone.

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