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Sabrina Regier

on 3 May 2013

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Transcript of CyberBullying

By Sabrina Regier and Ansley Fowler Cyberbullying How to Prevent It From Repeating History Definition Stop and don't click- Don't respond to cyberbullying

Tell an Adult- Don't keep bullying to yourself, this can stress you out more.

Filter personal Info- Keep your private information secret

Save Evidence- if you keep evidence you can use it to track the source of the hurtful messages. Examples ~ An autistic thirteen year old that's sweet as can be just trying to make it through the days became a prime target of cyberbullying. Going through his days, and like any boy, he had that one crush. This girl that he had his eye on, had stuck up for him for a while but soon became the main bully. She pretended to like him and then made fun of him and said, she would never like a guy like him. As his pain got worse, he had a pen pal that was encouraging him to end his life. Ryan became so hurt, that he hung himself. All because of cyber-bullies Cyberbullying came up as technology became more common. Bullies evolved with the new computers and cellphones and began bullying through texts, websites, and chat rooms. After a shooting in a school it became clear it was a serious problem. Schools still aren't sure how far they should go into stopping it, they do teach kids not to do it though. The act of harassing someone online by sending or posting mean messages usually anonymously. ~Jodi Plumb was distraught when she found out there was a website containing terrible comments about her. It was talking about her weight and they estimated a time of her death. Jodi's mom went straight to the school board and asked for harsher action taken about the bullies. Jodi had been attacked twice in school. As well as people taking pictures of her for the website. Her mother was very upset. ~When some girls stole Amanda Marcuson's belongings, she reported it. Later that night, she received instant messages calling her harsh names and saying she was a tattletale. Trying to defend herself, she replied that they had stolen her stuff and that just made it worse. When going out with her family, her internet messages were forwarded to her phone and she had received the maximum limit, 50, which were all threatening, intensely mean messages. The girls never even said another word to her, in person Facts 1) About 43% of kids have been bullied online
2) 70% of students have reported cyberbullying
3) the cellphone is the most common plce for cyberbullying
4) 68% of teens agree it's a serious problem
5)Only 1 in every 10 victim of cyberbullying bring it to an adults attention Works Cited
"11 Facts About Cyber Bullying." Do Something. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Apr. 2013.
Arseneau, Simon. "The History of Cyberbullying." EHow. Demand Media, 19 June 2010. Web. 25 Apr. 2013.
"Cyberbullying." Dictionary.com. Dictionary.com, n.d. Web. 23 Apr. 2013.
"Real Life Examples of Cyber-bullying - Cease Cyber-bullying." Real Life Examples of Cyber-bullying - Cease Cyber-bullying. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Apr. 2013.
"What's Happening in Character Education?" 4 Safety Rules to Curb Cyber-bullying. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Apr. 2013.
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