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Cyberbullying Awareness

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Gillian Aitken

on 21 June 2017

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Transcript of Cyberbullying Awareness

Cyberbullying Awareness
and Online Safety

What is Cyberbullying?
Bullying another person using technology
Nature of Cyberbullying
Face to face contact removed
24/7 - can hard to get away from it
Can be anonymous - people can create fake names, apps allow you to hide your name
Can be more than one person (group chats)
Comes without warning
Has a big impact seeing an image or something written down about yourself
Cyberbullying and the Law
Cyberbullying is illegal under 5 laws:

The Protection from Harassment Act 1997
The Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994
The Malicious Communications Act 1998
The Communications Act 2003
Breach of the Peace

There are also anti-discrimination
laws.
Things to do online?
Online Safety
Use age appropriate apps

Keep private information private

If you wouldn't say it out loud then don't send it

If you have an issue with anyone try to sort it out in the right way

Only keep actual friends online or people you actually know

Ask yourself
Digital Tattoo
Everything you post or send from a device can be traced - Unique IP Address. People can also take a screen-shot of what you send or post and sent it out to others.

If you wouldn't say it, don't send it.

Even if comments are removed it can linger for a
long time. You can regret it later on in life. If you go
for a job, they will look through your social media etc.
What can I do?
Don't ignore it - bullying is not acceptable
Save messages as evidence
Mobile phone providers can help you block numbers
Get familiar with reporting processes - gaming sites
Tell a parent, carer, teacher or an adult that you trust
Report it to sites, CEOP or the Police
App Quiz
Organisations
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