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Cyber bulling

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Naveedhya Gabriel

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Cyber-Bullying
-Cyberbullying is when somebody is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated or embarrassed by the internet, interactive and digital technologies or mobile phones.

-Cyber bullying is on of the main causes of drug abuse, alcohol abuse, suicide and much more.
What is Cyber-bullying?


-Block the bully

-Tell someone

-Refuse to pass along cyber bullying messages

-Tell friends to stop cyber bullying
How Can You Prevent Cyber Bullying?
Created by:
Naveedhya
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Samantha
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Kay-Lynn
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Krishna
-Firstly cyber-bullying hurts and worse it even kills

-It can really hurt people's feelings

- No kid wants to go through life being known as the"LOSER" or "FREAK" or any other harsh and mean words.
who thinks they can
solve this message
Why Cyber-bullying Is Terrible
Megan Taylor Meier was an American teenager from Missouri, who committed suicide by hanging. A year later, Meier's parents prompted an investigation into the matter and her suicide was attributed to cyber-bullying through the social networking website MySpace.
Real Cyber-bullying Cases
- And cyber-bullying can DESTORY
someones self-confidence.
More cyber-bullying cases
-Never share your passwords with anyone

-Never post your personal or friends personal information online

-Never meet anyone face-to-face whom you know only online

-Talk to your parents about what you do online
What else can I do to stay cyber-safe?
Why do people cyber-bully?
Ryan Patrick Halligan was an American schoolboy who committed suicide at the age of 13 by hanging after being bullied from his classmates in real life and cyber-bullying online.
- - They do it to torment others and for their ego

-Their family might be disrespectful to each other, so they might think it is normal to be disrespectful, so they will be mean and cyber-bully

-They are often motivated by anger, revenge or frustration

-Sometimes they do it for entertainment

-Some do it by accident
Sarah Lynn Butler hung herself after being cyber-bullied. She left a suicide note that said she couldn't handle what others were saying about her.
Kenneth Weishuhn, a gay high school freshman from America, took his own life after being bullied by classmates at school and online, and with death threats by phone.
-Nearly 43% of kids have been bullied online.

-90% of victims will not inform a parent or trusted adult of their abuse.

-8% of those affected by cyber bullying try to commit suicide.

-38% of online girls report being bullied, compared with 26% of online boys.

-1 in 6 parents don't know that their child has been bullied over social media.
Cyber bullying Facts:
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