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CYBERBULLY

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STOP CYBER-BULLYING
Social network often been used as a medium to bully others
Cyberbullying
is the use of Information Technology to harm or harass other people in a deliberate, repeated, and hostile manner.
Malaysian Cyber Law is based around four Acts: The Communication and Multimedia Act 1998, the Computer Crimes Act 1997, the Digital Signature Act 1997 and the Telemedicine Act 1997. It is these laws that determine how computer users in the country should conduct themselves, their businesses and handle their data on the internet and intranets.
#introduction #law #definition
Cyberbully
Jasmine Begum (pic), director of Corporate Affairs, Malaysia and New Markets, Microsoft Malaysia.
According to a new
Global Youth Online Behavior Survey
released by Microsoft Corp:
33% of Malaysian children say they have been subjected to a range of online activities that some may consider to be online bullying.
The study, which covered 7,600 children from age eight to 17, focused on how kids treated one another online and whether parents were addressing online behavior. It was conducted from Jan 11 to Feb 19 in 25 countries, including Malaysia. “
Online bullying is a real challenge and a serious issue globally, and Malaysia is not exempted from this fact
,” said Jasmine Begum -
#research #bully #fact

Cyberbully in Malaysia
They Think It's Funny
Schaudenfreude
, the pleasure derived from the misfortunes of others, is reported as a motivating factor by the bullies themselves.

Why Does Cyber Bullying Happen?
Amanda Michelle Todd (November 27, 1996 – October 10, 2012)
committed suicide at the age of 15 at her home in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada
Todd had posted a video on YouTube in which she used a series of flash cards to tell her experience of being blackmailed, bullied and physically assaulted.
One of The Victims of Cyberbullying
CYBERBULLY
The New Fear in Modern Society
Anonymity
Cyberbullying allows bullies to avoid facing their victims, so it requires less courage and provides the illusion that bullies won’t get caught.


Why Does Cyber Bullying Happen?
Why Does Cyber Bullying Happen?
There are five reason that course cyber-bullying
Effects of Cyber-bullying
The effects and how to prevent cyber-bullying
Cyberbully in Malaysia
Globally, the findings continued to be worrisome with more than half (54%) of children worried about being bullied online.

It was also found that:
Four in 10 children say they have experienced what adults might consider as online bullying.
24% say they have done something parents would consider as online bullying.
5% of parents engage with their children’s school about online bullying.
Noor Azimah
(pic), said that kids these days are exposed to technology at a very young age
#trouble #fact #goingglobalyaw
President of the Parents Action Group for Education (PAGE)
Kids or teens who are less socially successful
It helps them cope with their own low self-esteem.
They think it will help them fit in with their peers.

Why Does Cyber Bullying Happen?
Poor Parent-Child Relationships
Lack of parental monitoring of online behavior.

Why Does Cyber Bullying Happen?
Encouragement and Attention
Cyberbullies are often encouraged in their activities by friends or onlookers.
Victimizing another person can be a way for an attacker to generate positive attention.

Why Does Cyber Bullying Happen?
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Kids who are cyber-bullied are more likely to:
Use alcohol and drugs
Skip school
Be unwilling to attend school
Receive poor grades
Have lower self-esteem
Have more health problems

Why Does Cyber Bullying Happen?
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How to prevent cyber-bullying?
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Kids who are cyber-bullied are more likely to:
Use alcohol and drugs
Skip school
Be unwilling to attend school
Receive poor grades
Have lower self-esteem
Have more health problems

How to prevent cyber-bullying?
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Educators
Use creative informal response strategies: create anti- bullying poster to be displayed throughout the school.

Work with parents: should cooperate with parents to overcome the problem.

Keep all evidence of cyber bullying: screen shots, massage logs, or any other evidence to demonstrate the seriousness of the cyber bullying behaviours.

How to prevent cyber-bullying?
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Parents
Educate your child about appropriate Internet- Based behaviours: Remind your child that bullying can have legal consequences.

Manage stress: Teach your child positive ways to manage stress.

Set limits with technology: Let your child know you’ll be monitoring his or her use of computers, email, and text messaging.

How to prevent cyber-bullying?
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Teens
Start a club.
: Develop a website, blog or Facebook group.

Build an awareness campaign.
: Creative informative posters.
: Use imaginative slogans to bring attention to cyber- bullying and how to deal with it.

Review the school policy on bullying and cyber-bullying.
: ask the school if they have develop the policy.

How to prevent cyber-bullying?
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Teach younger friends and relatives how to be safe online.
: take a look at their social networking profiles



Think Before You Click
#whydoesithappen #serious
The Differences
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