Stop Cyberbullying

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What is Cyberbulling?

  • Cyberbullying is a user on the internet that continues to harass another person through internet access.

Examples of Cyberbullying

Examples:
  • embarrassing picture or videos posted on social media
  • rumors sent by email or posted on social media
  • mean text messages or emails

Three differences between cyberbullying & bullying

Differences:

  • cyberbullying can happen 24 hours a day
  • cyberbullying messages can be posted anonymously
  • after inappropriate messages and images are posted it is extremely hard to get rid of them once they are posted to social media

Effects of Cyberbullying

Effects of Children:

  • Skipping school
  • Poor grades
  • Use of alcohol or drugs
  • Unwilling to attend school
  • Low self-esteem

Prevention & Awarness

Parents should:

  • Watch kids social media
  • Restrictions
  • Watch cell phone use
  • Discuss cyberbullying
  • Set up an account email with their social media

Establishing Rules

  • Words do hurt other people
  • Your actions on the internet could hurt anybody
  • Your actions on the internet could lead to the death of someone

Reporting a Cyberbully

  • Report to your Online Service Provider
  • Report to your local Law Enforcement
  • Report to your School

Report to your Online Service Provider

  • Look over their terms and conditions or rights and responsibility section
  • Report the Cyberbullying to the social media sight

Report to your local Law Enforcement

When to contact Law Enforcement:

  • Stalking & Hate crimes
  • Threats of Violence
  • Child pornography

Report to your School

  • A way schools could help with Cyberbullying is they could talk to the kids about Cyberbullying or maybe they could show them stories about people who were bullied