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Transcript of Cyber Bullying
People victimized by a cyberbully are terrified and scared for a long time after the deed has been done.
The victim will most likely have these psychological issues if victimization goes for a long time.
Suicidal Ideaology and actions
Anti-social thooughts and actions
All forms of frequent victimization
were found in studies were related to increased risk of depression and
The Effects of Cyber Bullying on a Victim
Cyber Bullying Video
These are the types of attacks bullies use in cyberspace.
Creating Websites, Blogs, Polls and More
Participating in “Happy-Slapping”
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Types of Cyber Bullying
How to identify and stop the 21st century bully
Steps to stop a cyber bully and prevent new victims.
Education = prevention
Change your contact information
Use Block Features
Consider a fair internet use contract
Look for warning signs
Get informed, stay informed (Open door Policy)
How to Stop a Cybe Bully
How to Identify Cyber Bullying
Warning signs of cyberbullying and harassment is if someone:
Become uncharacteristically withdrawn or antisocial
Have trouble sleeping, or possibly have nightmares
Avoid going online or using their cell phone
Unexpectedly shut down a computer when others come near
Ask questions about revenge, death, or suicide
Cyber Bullying is the online version of a regular bully at a school, workplace, or anywhere there is social interaction.
Their weapons are not physical as a fight. The weapons are words sent through a keyboard on a computer or smartphone.
In the recent years bullies have used the internet and social media to attack their victims. It is harder to track someones activity online and easier for them to get away with it.
In a nutshell it is the same old tactics but a different form of this unacceptable behavior.