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Cyber Bullying

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Transcript of Cyber Bullying

"Everyday I think, Why am I still here?"- Amanda Todd
Her Story
Cyber Bullying
The use of non verbal communication such as email, social networks, text message, or photos to humiliate or hurt another person.
What Is Cyber Bullying ?
Steps to take immediately
a type of Cyber Bullying that occurs when one person is singled out from an online group discussion. Members of the online group may comment nasty and rude things about that person in their discussion.
Types of Cyber Bullying
Cyber Bullying
By Mia Ramdayal
Effects of being Cyber Bullied
Cyber Bullying Statistics

The Cyber Bullying Research Center presents Cyber Bullying Awarness Month (October)
The Cyber Bullying Research center have shown in recent studies different statistics for teenage girls and boys and the cause and effects of Cyber Bullying
Prevent Cyber Bullying
*Take Action*
Amanda Todd, was a 15 year old Canadian teenager that committed suicide on October 2nd, 2012. The cause of her suicidal actions resulted from the enormousness amounts of bullying she received from her peer on Facebook and other online communication sources. From Cyber Bullying to eventually being physical harmed, Todd posted a YouTube video sharing her sad story with the world in a series of index cards. This YouTube clip received over 17,000,000 views.
Social Networks
such as Faceboook, Twitter, and Instagram are being more currently used to attack others publicly because bullies can hide behind anonymous user names.
- a type of Cyber Bullying that occurs when the victim is publicly bullied online through instant messaging, common sections, or even email.
Results when an individual shares private information with another individual though electronic communication and that individual on the receiving end, expose the other person's personal information on a public network.
Not a particular common form of cyber bullying but occurs when someone sends hurtful or sometimes threatening messages behind anonymous user names. This type of bullying can lead to being physically harmed if the person keeps close communication with the anonymous user
When being Cyber Bullied, victims may experience overtime physical and physiological effects such as....
Usage of Drugs and Alcohol
Refusing to attend school
Suicidal thoughts
Lower grades
Major Health issues ( High anxiety, stress, and loneliness)
When someone or someone you know is being bullied online by a group or one of their peers it is important to take immediate action to stop the bullying from getting worse such as:
Telling an trusted adult, school principal, or a policeman about whats been happening online.
Block the user (s) who is sending these hurtful messages (if a victim).
* Remember to save any evidence such as text messages, emails etc. when reporting a Cyber Bully.
It is important in our generation and future generations that we inform each other about the effects of hurting one and other through online communication. With the help of parents, educators, and each other we must encourage others to stop Cyber Bullying and to be kind towards one and other instead of hurting each other with hateful words.
Over 80 percent of teens use a cell phones as the most popular form of technology for Cyber Bullying.
50% of teens have experienced some form of Cyber Bullying, and 10 to 20 percent experience it regularly.
Mean, hurtful comments and spreading rumors are the most common type of Cyber Bullying.
Girls are at least as likely as boys to be Cyber Bullies or their victims.
Boys are more likely to be threatened by Cyber Bullies than girls
Cyber Bullying affects all races.
Cyber Bullying victims are more likely to have low self esteem and to consider suicide.
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