stop cyberbullying

Think twice before saying things that arn't nice

What is cyberbullying?

cyber bullying is when a person or group of people target one person online and are very mean to them.

Examples of cyberbullying


  • mean text messages or emails
  • rumors sent be email or posted on social media
  • embarrassing pictures, videos, website or fake profiles

Three differances between cyberbullying and bullying


  • cyberbullying can happen 247
  • messages and photos can be posted anonymously and distributed quickly
  • it is hard to trace especially after being deleted

Effects of cyber bullying

Five effects of cyberbullying:

  • alcohol and drug use
  • skipping school
  • low self esteem
  • health problems
  • poor grades

preventing and awareness


  • be aware of what kids are doing on line
  • establish rules
  • make sure you and the child know the rules
  • ask a friend to fallow your kids in social media
  • ask for there passwords and tell them its for emergency's

Establishing rules


  • be clear about what cites they can visit
  • tell them not to post or share any thing that could hurt or embarrass them
  • help them be start about what they post

Reporting a cyberbully


  • don't respond or forward the cyberbully messages
  • record the dates times ,print and screen shot the messages show evidence to web and cell phone service providers
  • block the cyberbully

Report to your online service provider


  • visit social media site to learn how to block users and change settings to control who can contact you
  • report cyberbullying to social media site so they can take action against users abusing the terms of service

report to your local law enforcement


  • threats of violence
  • stalking or hate crimes
  • taking photos or videos of people where they expect privacy

report to your school


  • use information to inform prevention and response strategies
  • address cyberbullying in anti-bullying policy