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cyberbullying

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Esme Vivian-Shaw

on 21 November 2013

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Transcript of cyberbullying

cyberbullying
Cyberbullying is bullying that occurs using technology.
This can include text messages, photos, phone calls, email, Facebook and Twitter posts.
What to do if you are cyberbullied
Save all proof of the bulling.
Tell someone about the bulling
Report the bully using the proof you saved.
Press the report abuse button
Why do people bully?
Power
Anger
Control
Revenge
Jealousy
7 in 10 young people are victims of cyberbullying
Young people are twice as likely to be cyberbullied on Facebook than on any other social network
Cyberbullying is found to have catastrophic effects on self-esteem and social lives of up to 70% of young people
New research suggests boys and girls now equally at risk of cyberbullying
Source: 'Ditch The Label' annual cyberbullying survey 2013 www.ditchthelable.org
(survey of 10,008 young people aged 13-22 from UK, USA, Australia and other countries)
Nearly half of suicides among 10-14 year olds in the USA due to bullying

Stop cyberbullying
NOW

STOP; BLOCK; TELL

• Don’t reply
• Block the sender
• Tell someone

If you see cyberbullying - don't join in,
report it
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