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Cyberbullying and Sexting

Peer Support 2013

Meghan Gaudet

on 5 April 2013

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Transcript of Cyberbullying and Sexting

Cyberbullying and Sexting What is Cyberbullying? Cyberbullying is when a child, preteen, teen, or even an adult is tormented, harassed, threatened or embarrassed by another person using the internet or cell phone. The consequences of Cyberbullying In some countries, police charge cyberbullies. They charge them because cyberbullying includes some form of hacking, password stealing, identity theft, or stalking, all of which carry criminal charges. In Canada the government does not allow that, instead they have out of school suspension. Cyberbullying can go as far as suicide, which leaves you with guilt for making someone commit suicide. By sending a message over the internet that
involves embarrassment, harassment,
tormenting, or targeting, that just makes you a cyber bully and you will have the consequences of some people wanting suicide. What is Sexting? Sexting is when an inappropriate message/pictures involving sexual content is sent over phone or placed on the internet. 5 Consequences of Sexting 5. Sext's Are Permanent 1. Child pornography 2. Sharing and Daring 3. Mis-sexting Someone 4. Who You Become When You Sext Websites to Report Bullying stopabullying.ca


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