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Stop Cyber Bullying

what goes on, why and how to stop it all
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Sabrina King

on 19 May 2014

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Transcript of Stop Cyber Bullying

What do you think is going on, why does it happen?
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STOP CYBER BULLYING
by: Crystal Licon, Sabrina King and Andrea Meraz
CyberBullying
Use of electronic communication to bully a certain person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature.
TYPES OF
Cyberbullying
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Masquerading
Occurs when a cyber bully goes to great lengths to make themselves appear as someone they are not
Flaming
An intense, angry argument carried out over instant messaging, social networks, or chat rooms.
Outing
A public showing of personal conversations. Occurs when the harasser prints or displays email, text, or chat communication that the victim intended to keep private.
Any form of harassment or threats issued by an anonymous bully. The harasser may use online alias(a.k.a. screen name), a blocked phone number, or a borrowed cell phone to bully, making it difficult to determine their identity.
Anonymity
Harassment
Embarrassing, hurtful, or terrorizing messages aimed directly at an individual or group using text message or online communication
Facts

42%
Of teenagers with tech access report being cyberbullied over the past year
81%
\
/
Of young people think bullying online is easier to get away with than bullying in person.
ONLY
1 IN 10
victims will inform
a

parent
or a
trusted
adult
of their abuse.
1 IN 6
parents know
their child
has been bullied online
WITNESSING CYBER BULLYING
Don't stand by- Stand up!
Put down the mouse and step away from the computer…and no one will get hurt!
Megan Meier's Story
Megan joined MySpace although she was too young.
Megan's adult neighbor posed as attractive 16 year old boy.
The cyberbully told Megan the world would be way better without her.
Megan's father later found her hanging by a cord inside her wardrobe.
"girl commits suicide after being cyber-bullied by neighbor posing as teenage boy"
Control, Escape, Delete.
But most importantly...
Tell Someone!!
But what affect does cyberbullying have on the
target?
The cyber bullying virus
Make someones day better
Be positive and talk to the victim
Listen to their problems and try to help
But always remember...
A simple smile can save a life
Preventing Cyber Bullying in society
Society constantly revolves around the internet and therefore cyber bullying is prevalent.

Everyone is constantly on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and since everybody cannot accept each other, they are constantly judging each other, which leads to conflicts.
Depression
Poor self esteem
Anxiety
Headaches
Sleep deprivation
Suicidal thoughts
We can stop this issue of cyberbullying in today's society if we take more precautions on the internet and monitor closely the social media websites.
Images: Goggle Images
Facts and Statistics:
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