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Cyber-bullying

A lesson to inform children about cyber-bullying.
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Jessica Spinelli

on 13 May 2010

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Transcript of Cyber-bullying

Cyber-bullying What is it? Why is it a problem? How can it be prevented? Be safe on your cellphone on the internet How to report it? from... emails chat rooms/groups websites text messages For more information on Cyber-bullying check out these sites: Cyber-bullying is bullying through communication technologies like mediums such as cell phone text messages, emails, phone calls, internet chat rooms/groups, instant messaging and social networking websites such as Facebook, MySpace,
Twitter and Bebo. Bullying is defined as any offensive or aggressive behaviour directed at another person, repeated over time. It can be physical, emotional or social. Cyberbullying is a fast growing trend that can possibly be even more harmful than bullying in the schoolyard. Since children spend most of their time after school using communication technologies like the internet, they are at a higher risk of receiving this kind of unfair treatment. Victims can be reached at anytime and anyplace. If children are being tormented at school, then the bullying will most definitely continue in the privacy of their own homes. A child can almost never feel secure. Text messages and emails will come to haunt them just when they think they're safe. Cyber-bullying can turn children away from school,
friendships, family and even life itself. save email addresses
date and time message was sent and received
copies of emails with full headers
don't delete text messages from your cell phone
record time and date that messages are received save the website address of the chatroom in your favourites or bookmarks
nickname and email of bully
record the date and time
you can also take a screenshot of the chatroom by pressing the 'Print Screen' key on your keyboard then pasting it into a a program like 'Paint' and saving it as an image.
save the website address
take a screenshot of the website
go to the hosting company's website and find the link to contact the company

Never post any personally identifiable information. Use the privacy settings in your social networking site. Keep your passwords secret. If you don't want your parents or your principal finding out, don't post it! Ask yourself, ‘Would you say it to a person face-to-face?’ If the answer is no, don’t post it. Treat others with respect and expect the same from them. Be respectful in what you say when calling someone or sending a text message. Don't give out your cell phone number to just anyone. Only allow the people you truly trust to have your number. Protect your number. Dial *67 then the person's number you're trying to reach. Try to switch your phone off at night. http://www.bullyingnoway.com.au/ http://www.stopcyberbullying.org/ http://www.cyberbullying.ca/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyber-bullying http://www.bewebaware.ca/english/cyberbullying.html Take of your life and cyber-bullying for good!
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