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Transcript of Cyber Bullying
Cyber bullying is using electronics and social media to bully others. This is most common with teenage girls.
Do's and Don'ts
How to Stop Cyber Bullying
What is Cyber Bullying?
Results of Cyber Bullying
Victims get depressed, sad, angry, and frustrated
Those who are bullied are often afraid to speak up or confide in someone
Bullied victims are more likely to commit suicide
share your password with others
make your account private
give away personal information
think before you post
communicate with people that you don't know online
be a cyber bully yourself
Only 1 in 10 victims tell a parent
90% of teens on social media have ignored people being cyber bullied
Nearly 43% of kids have been bullied online.
25% of teens have been bullied repeatedly through texts
Call others out on it, explaining how hurtful it is
Save the evidence
The block button is your friend
Why do People Bully?
Jealousy and envy
Lack of social skills
Victims of bullying themselves
By: Correna, Hollee, and Jenna deWaal
Why is Cyber Bullying so Common?
95% of teens have some sort of phone, ipod, tablet, etc.
81% of people think online bullying is easier to get away with
Over 80% use a cellphone regularly making them more vulnerable
Teens who spend more than 3 hours a day on social media are 110% more likely to be victims