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Cyberbullying

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on 14 January 2016

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Transcript of Cyberbullying

CYBERBULLYING
How to react
Effects
Laws
What is it?
Prevention
Statistics
About 37% of young people have experienced meanness/cruelty online
...that's 37% too many young people
Check out this stuff!
Stuff
Money Stuff
Red Stuff
More Stuff
Are you being cyberbullied?
DON'T
respond
BLOCK/REPORT
the bully
DON'T
delete the content
TELL
an adult
a new platform for bullying
cy·ber·bul·ly·ing:
“the use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature”
-The Oxford English Dictionary
Computers/laptops
Cellphones
Tablets
SOCIAL MEDIA SITES
TEXT MESSAGES
CHAT ROOMS
WEBSITES
MAIN FORMS OF CYBERBULLYING
threats
harassment
exclusion
defamation
impersonation
outing
threats
intending to inflict pain or injury on someone
harassment
exclusion
defamation
threats
impersonation
rude, offensive or insulting comment toward someone
singling out someone or intentionally leaving them out/ignoring them
spreading false information about someone/damaging their reputation
outing
pretending to be someone by creating a fake account or stealing their password
distributing private or embarrassing content
(pictures/videos/messages)
cyberbullies
ARE OFTEN PROTECTED BY
anonymity
increase in cyberbullying
as smartphones and mobile applications are becoming more and more popular, cyberbullying is becoming more common
According to ChildLine there has been an 87% rise in cyberbullying cases from 2011 to 2013
23% of people have been mean or cruel to others online
55% of students who participate in mean or cruel online behaviour say they were "just joking around"
65% of students have done something to help
someone being
harassed online
VICTIMS OF CYEBRBULLYING MAY
Like all forms of bullying, cyberbullying can cause great physical, emotional and psychological stress
FEEL
vulnerable
isolated
overwhelmed
vengeful
BECOME
disinterested in school/life
ill often
distant
DEVELOP
depression
anxiety
panic disorder
BE
suicidal
commit/attempt suicide
Are you witnessing cyberbullying?
DON'T
ignore the situation
DISCOURAGE
the bully
REASSURE
the victim
TELL
an adult
The best way to eliminate this negative force on the internet is by doing the opposite. Radiating positivity will affect many others. We all make up the internet community and have the power to change it for the better. Instead of hurting others, try to compliment others online and being kind. One individual can set an example to many others. Social networks should be a safe place for all, and it begins with one person…

How can cyberbullying be prevented?
WHAT IS BEING DONE TO PREVENT CYBERBULLYING?
ORGANIZATIONS
PROTESTS
LAWS
An organization called End To Cyber Bullying focuses on raising awareness and creating ETCB clubs worldwide. Their mission is to rid the internet of bullying and make it a safe place.
A number of protests are held regarding cyberbullying. Many people stand together and put down cyberbullying, displaying it as a vile, selfish act
There are numerous laws in both Ontario and Canada regarding cyberbullying. What you say behind the screen can actually be illegal.
In Canada, cyberbullying
can be addressed under both

C I V I L
and
C R I M I N A L
law
C I V I L
C R I M I N A L
Engaging in defamation
Creating an unsafe environment where the victim cannot attend school without encountering violence, teasing or exclusion
The victim can file a lawsuit against the person making the claims
The Ontario Safe Schools Act now states that a student can be suspended or even expelled for cyberbullying
Harassment/threats
Engaging in defamation
Distributing non-consensual intimate images
causing someone to fear for their own/others' safety is punishable by up to 10 years in prison
spreading false information about a person in authority and causing harm to their reputation can result in up to a 5 year prison sentence
a new law has been passed prohibiting non-consensual distribution of intimate photos which includes all people, not only people under the age of 18
WHAT
YOU
SAY
ONLINE
LEAD YOU
H E R E
C A N
THINK BEFORE YOU CLICK
CYBERBULLYING CASES
Amanda Todd
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