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What you do online stays online, forever!

This is a short presentation on informing young people and parents about digital footprints and the effect bullying has on these footprints.

Kane Horwill

on 15 May 2011

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Transcript of What you do online stays online, forever!

Once it is out there it is out there. If you see it or hear about it YOU are part of it. Bullying is a form of abuse, and is intentional, repeated intimidating behaviour by an individual or group that causes distress, hurt or undue pressure. In most cases there is a power play within the bullying, with the target been seen as weaker than the perpetrator(s). What is bullying? Isn't bullying just a bit of fun? If bullying isn't dealt with Don't say something online you wouldn't say to someones face Yes this is a criminal offence, yes this can be traced, yes this is a form of bullying. Forever First thing employers do now is to type your name into an internet search and see what they can find out about you. Yes your future gf, bf, wife, husband, work colleagues may see... That comment That photo That text That video Your digital footprint YOU can't take any of it back Because you don't know who
has made a copy Have you ever forwarded a copy of a pic to your mates of a sexual nature? Were they under 16? If they were Under 16 YOU have just incriminated your self with paedofilia and bullying. What can you do about being bullied? Tips for parents and guardians www.thinkuknow.org.au Kids Help Line 1800 55 1800 1. Talk to your children every day about what they do online. 2. Be interested. 3. Get them to expalin what their favourite
spaces look and work. 4. Only allow computer use in a public place
like the kitchen with the screen facing you. 5. Set time limits 6. Take switched off mobile phones and your switched
off modem with you when you goto bed every night. 7. Research shows that when parents/guardians put a limit on phone usage or the number of texts can send the likelihood that their teen will be involved in Text bullying or 'SEXTing' decreases. 8. Take concerns seriously
Bullying is a serious issue. It can devalue, isolate and frighten young people. It can have long-term effects on everyone involved and research shows it can lead to low self-esteem, self harm and even suicide. 9. Make time to regularly communicate.
For example. No phones, internet or tv while having tea.
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