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STOP CYBERBULLING!

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SAM TRIO SOKIA

on 4 May 2013

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Transcript of STOP CYBERBULLING!

Cyberbullying By: Adshaja, Mackenzie, Sinthury, Samrah, and Stephanie What is Cyberbullying? How many types of cyberbullying are there? At which sites, can you get cyberbullied? In a case of any type of bullying situations, what are the positions? Cyberbullying is when a child, preteen or teen is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated, embarrassed or otherwise targeted by another child, preteen or teen using the Internet, or any other device. Bullying is no longer limited to schoolyards or street corners. If you have access to a phone, computer or any other device, you are at risk. You can get cyberbullied on almost every social networking site out there, including Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram, Myspace and many more. 1. CYBERBULLIES
The person, or group who cyberbullies innocent people. The person who cyberbullied Amanda Todd was a 32 - year- old man named Kody Maxon.


2. TARGETS/VICTIMS
The person who is being cyberbullied. For example: Amanda Todd, Charli, and many more.

3.Bystanders
Bystanders are people who witness the cyberbullying. There are two types of cyberbullying, direct attacks and cyberbullying by proxy. Direct attacks are when the bully sends you a direct message, from e-mail, text or on chat. Cyberbullying by proxy is when they bully or bullies, get someone else to cyberbully for them. How could kids Cyberbully? Why is Cyberbullying a problem? Cyber-bullying is a very serious issue. It is a growing problem in our society. Most people don't understand how dangerous cyberbullying is and how greatly it has affected its victims. What's even worse about it is that the cyberbullies usually don't have to pay any cost for their actions. Victims of cyberbullying, however are at greater risk to have depression, anxiety and other stress-related mental disorders.
The reason why this problem keeps growing and growing, is because nobody is putting a stop to it. Since these cyberbullies aren't having to face any consequences, they think they'll never get caught. cyberbullying Instant Messaging\Text Massaging Harassment Cyberbullies\Cyberbully sending nasty or abusive messages to other kids, just for fun.

Kids, teens, or adults use a similar screen name that the victim knows, so they don't suspect the cyberbully\cyberbullies
Some kids have text wars or text attacks, when they are cyberbullying.
Text wars or text attacks are when kids, teens, or adults gang upon the victim, sending vicious messages. Stealing Passwords Cyberbully\Cyberbullies may steal another person's password and begin to chat with other people,pretending to be the person .They may say mean things that offend this person’s friends. And after, the person won't have any more friends.
Also if the victim's password was stolen by cyberbullies\cyberbully, the victim's profile will be changed into inappropriate things. If you or a loved one are being cyberbullied do not worry call:(1-800-668-6868) (Kids Help Phone)
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