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Cyber-Bullying

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Savannah Homan

on 14 October 2014

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Transcript of Cyber-Bullying

Roughly 1/3 of online teens from ages 12 to 17 have been Cyber bullied.

Girls are more likely to be targeted.
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Cyber bullying is simply bullying behind a screen. It can happen through twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and even through text messages. There are precautions you can take, but bullying will never stop.
Defintion
Bystander, By James Preller
One of the main ways to help stop cyberbullying is to not be one yourself. Also, if one of your friends is being cyberbullied, and they are too scared to get help, get help for them. Talk to somebody for them, wether it be their parents, one of their teachers, anybody that you know they trust and would be willing to help.
Also, don't be a bystander. If you see this happening to anybody, don't just stand there and let it happen. Do something to stop this
Help
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If you ever get any random messages, don't answer. You never know who could be behind that screen.
If somebody asks you to meet them, don't agree. Some people aren't who they say they are.
Don't ever post any personal information. People will take that and run with it.
Before you post anything, know that once its on the Internet, its always going to be on there. Even if you delete it, it will still be in some database somewhere.

Precautions
Cyber-Bullying
And Internet Safety
The internet can have huge effects on peoples mental state
I have a friend who used to be cyberbullied. He was cyberbullied by people he considered friends at the time. These "friends" made a entire website shaming him. During that time, he considered suicide and fell into depression. While I did not know him yet, this is still a terrible thing. He is literally one of the nicest people I have ever met and I cannot imagine anybody having such a reason to bully him.
Real Life Story
Please Note:
If one of your friends is comtemplating suicide, please give them this number
1-800-273-8255
It is a suicide hotline, where they can call and get motivation to not commit suicide, and they can get help that they may not think they can get otherwise.
Help (Continued)
Don't think that you will never get cyberbullied, because it happens to every one eventually. And most importantly, don't become one yourself.
Thank you for listening, and Follow my advice.
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