Stop Cyberbullying

Just Say NO To BULLYING

what is cyberbullying

cyberbullying is someone that is bullying you over the internet constantly by saying mean things to you or about you.

Examples of Cyberbullying

  • mean text messages or emails
  • embarrassing pictures
  • fake profiles

Three differences between cyberbullying & bullying

  • bullying is done face to face
  • cyberbullying is done over an electronic device
  • bullying can be physical

Effects of Cyberbullying

  • students can skip school
  • receive poor grades
  • have low self-esteem
  • have health problems
  • use alcohol & drugs

Prevention & Awareness

  • Ask for their password but tell them you will only use it for emergency
  • Have sense of what they are doing online and in texts. Learn about the sites they like. Try out the devices.
  • Tell them don't say nothing online that you wouldn't say in person
  • Notice attitude changes
  • check their sites every so often

Establishing Rules

  • no being on the internet after a certain time period
  • no posting inappropriate things online
  • All social media sites should be private

Reporting Cyberbullying

  • report it to the online service providers
  • report it to law enforcement
  • report it to your parents

Report to online service providers

  • social media service center
  • report to the social media site
  • pull up there rights on what to say or do on the internet

Report to local law enforcement

  • threats of violence
  • stalking and hate crimes
  • taking a photo or video of someone in a place where he/she would expect privacy

Report to your school

  • They can use information to help inform prevention and response strategies
  • schools are required to talk about cyberbullying in there anti-bullying meetings