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Cyberbullying

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Cyber Bullying
What is it?
-Cyber bullying is when a child, preteen or teen is being targeted online or by mobile phone.

-The bully is generally another child, preteen or teen of a similar age to the victim.
Cyber bullying is not a one time communication.
-In fact, it lasts over a period of time due to the fact that there is no escape from it.

-Normal bullying only lasts as long as the school day, but cyber bullying is still there when the victim gets home.

-It has even led to kids killing each other or committing suicide.
But it doesn't usually go that far...
It can involve
social
,

psychological
and sometimes
physical harm
, which causes shame, guilt, fear, withdrawal, loneliness and depression.
-Nowadays, teens are constantly on social media and therefore can't escape the cyber bullying.

-81% of young people think bullying online is easier to get away with than bullying in person.

-This is because attackers can be anonymous or have private numbers, making them hard to identify and stop.

-Messages, videos, images and gossip spreads fast online and can be hard to delete.
-Bully(ies)
-Victim(s)
-Friends (of bully and/or victim)
-Parents
-Teachers

People Involved:
Impacts/Consequences of Cyber Bullying on a Victim:
-
self harming
or suicidal thoughts and behaviours
-feeling hopeless
-stuck in a situation they can't escape
-feeling alone
-feeling like they're not fitting in
-depression
-rejection by friends
-feeling unsafe and afraid
-feeling stressed out and worried
-low self esteem
-loss in confidence
-anxiety
-sadness
-anger
-extra pressure
-embarrassment
-decreased academic achievement
-lack in concentration
-poor mental health
-feelings of being physically ill
-withdrawal
-distressed
-less interaction
-sleepiness
Send
Stay out of trouble by thinking carefully before pressing 'Send', remembering not to forward something if it could hurt someone else.
Keep Calm, Don't Retaliate (3)
Talk to Someone (5)
Record Evidence (1)
Ask for it to be Taken Down/Deleted
Block the Bully (2)
Contact Kids Helpline or Another Organisation
Suggestions to Avoid and Get Over it:
Report it to the Website/Company
Call the Police
For Full Article Visit - http://www.couriermail.com.au/questnews/moreton/girls-speak-of-cyber-bullying-hell/story-fn8m0yu3-1226263988282
-Madeline, now 16, was traumatised by cyber bullying and started cutting herself. She also suffered from chronic depression.
-Three years ago the online abuse began as she was bullied since primary school but got it even worse in high school.
-The bullying went online after year 7 when she became skilled at martial arts.
-She was targeted through Facebook messages and MSN.
-She still suffers from anxiety attacks and gets depressed sometimes, but is slowly improving.
-Told her parents
-Parents restricted her access
-Started seeing a psychologist
-Now knows that what they said online is not true


-Try not to react
-Talk through it with someone
**Madeline calls the bullies 'Keyboard Warriors' as they hide behind the words they type.**
Summary of the Article:
How did she overcome it?
Advice:
-Organisations
Organisations:
-Back Me Up
<www.humanrights.gov.au/back-me-2012> is a campaign which encourages young people to support friends targeted by cyber bullying.
-Beyond Blue
<www.beyondblue.or.au> works in Australia with issues including depression and anxiety.
-Online Safety Consultative Working Group
<www.communications.gov.au/online_safety_and_security/cyber_safety/consultative_working_group> protects children in Australia from online risks including cyber bullying.
-The Cybersafety Help Button
<www.cybersafetyhelp.gov.au> provides cyber safety information and assistance on issues like cyber bullying.
Organisations Cont.
-Cybersmart
<www.cybersmart.gov.au> provides cybersafety activities, resources and advice.
-Facebook - Stop Bullying Pledge
<www.facebook.com/beboldstopbullyingau> raises awareness to prevent bullying.
-Law Stuff
<www.lawstuff.org.au> provides legal information to young people including that on cyberbullying.
-Life Education's Tech Tips
<www.lifeeducation.org.au/index.php> provides tips and strategiese to encourage family safety and responsibility online. They work together with
McAfee Cyber Education Program
<www.mcafeecybered.com/cybered/>

Consequences:
Hacking, password or identity theft or stalking all carry criminal charges,
meaning law enforcement might get involved. It is also a crime to threaten, harass, offend or encourage suicide online. Some potential consequences include:

-School Suspensions; if it occurs at school, disciplinary measures would take place.
-Internet Service Provider account would be closed and/or banished.
-Websites; remove the inappropriate media and may warn or suspend the bully, maybe even delete the account.
-Phone Companies; can suspend or cancel a persons phone number.
-It can be reported to the police.

-Cyber bullies can be sued for defamation or other claims.
-Federal Charges; the convicted person would be fined and/or imprisoned for a maximum of two years.
-Stalking; faces a maximum of three years in jail in South Australia.
Almost 43% of kids have been bullied online, 1 in 4 having had it happen more than once.

Only 1 in 10 victims will tell a parent or trusted adult of their online abuse.
Girls are about twice as likely as boys to become victims and perpetrators of cyber bullying.
If you reply it will often encourage them to continue or increase the harassment.
It can be a parent, friend, guardian, family member, teacher or anyone else you trust. They will give you advice, help you out and help you figure out your next step.
Like hurtful call logs, messages, posts and emails.
(Refer to list on slides 13 and 14)
Website
Couriermail.com.au.
No Cookies | The Courier-Mail
In-text: (Couriermail.com.au, 2014)
Bibliography: Couriermail.com.au. 2014. No Cookies | The Courier-Mail. [online] Available at: http://www.couriermail.com.au/questnews/moreton/girls-speak-of-cyber-bullying-hell/story-fn8m0yu3-1226263988282 [Accessed: 14 Mar 2014].

Website
Cybersafety.communications.gov.au.
Cybersafety Resources | Department of Communications
In-text: (Cybersafety.communications.gov.au, 2014)
Bibliography: Cybersafety.communications.gov.au. 2014. Cybersafety Resources | Department of Communications. [online] Available at: http://www.cybersafety.communications.gov.au/resources/information [Accessed: 15 Mar 2014].

Website
Cybersmart.gov.au.
Cyberbullying: Cybersmart
In-text: (Cybersmart.gov.au, 2014)
Bibliography: Cybersmart.gov.au. 2014. Cyberbullying: Cybersmart. [online] Available at: http://www.cybersmart.gov.au/Schools/Cyber%20issues/Cyberbullying.aspx [Accessed: 10 Mar 2014].
Website
Do Something.
11 Facts About Cyber Bullying
In-text: (Do Something, 2014)
Bibliography: Do Something. 2014. 11 Facts About Cyber Bullying. [online] Available at: http://www.dosomething.org/tipsandtools/11-facts-about-cyber-bullying [Accessed: 4 Mar 2014].

Website
Just Ask Gemalto.
What consequences do cyber bullies face?
In-text: (Just Ask Gemalto, 2014)
Bibliography: Just Ask Gemalto. 2014. What consequences do cyber bullies face?. [online] Available at: http://www.justaskgemalto.com/us/surfing/tips/what-consequences-do-cyber-bullies-face [Accessed: 16 Mar 2014].

Website
Kids Helpline.
Kids Helpline
In-text: (Kids Helpline, 2014)
Bibliography: Kids Helpline. 2014. Kids Helpline. [online] Available at: http://www.kidshelp.com.au/grownups/news-research/hot-topics/cyber-bullying.php [Accessed: 13 Mar 2014].
Website
Lawstuff.org.au.
Lawstuff Australia - Know Your Rights - - Topics - Bullying - Cyber Bullying
In-text: (Lawstuff.org.au, 2014)
Bibliography: Lawstuff.org.au. 2014. Lawstuff Australia - Know Your Rights - - Topics - Bullying - Cyber Bullying. [online] Available at: http://www.lawstuff.org.au/sa_law/topics/bullying/cyber-bullying [Accessed: 10 Mar 2014].

Website
ReachOut.com.
Cyberbullying
In-text: (ReachOut.com, 2014)
Bibliography: ReachOut.com. 2014. Cyberbullying. [online] Available at: http://au.reachout.com/Factsheets/C/Cyberbullying [Accessed: 13 Mar 2014].

Website
Stopcyberbullying.org.
STOP cyberbullying: What is cyberbullying, exactly?
In-text: (Stopcyberbullying.org, 2014)
Bibliography: Stopcyberbullying.org. 2014. STOP cyberbullying: What is cyberbullying, exactly?. [online] Available at: http://stopcyberbullying.org/what_is_cyberbullying_exactly.html [Accessed: 4 Mar 2014].
Bibliography
Bibliography
Website
Thinkuknow.org.au.
Cyberbullying - ThinkUKnow
In-text: (Thinkuknow.org.au, 2014)
Bibliography: Thinkuknow.org.au. 2014. Cyberbullying - ThinkUKnow. [online] Available at: http://www.thinkuknow.org.au/kids/cyberbullying.asp [Accessed: 10 Mar 2014].




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International Cyber Bullying Statistics (copyright 2014)
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Word Cloud on Cyberbullying (2012)
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This table shows the statistics from parent's about their child(ren) and cyber bullying.
By Brooklyn Hassold
Top 5 are Numbered:
(4)
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Word Cloud on Cyberbullying (2012)
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Cyber Bullying
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-They might be tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated or embarrassed over the internet. They may even be intimidated and excluded online.
In the article, Madeline started seeing a psychologist.
-traumatised
White Text - How Madeline Felt
As far as the article mentioned earlier goes, the bullies didn't face any consequences.
In Madeline's story, the people involved were herself, the bullies, her parents and her psychologist.
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