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Amanda Shaffer. Cyber Bullying. "Bullies thrive wherever authority is weak". What is it?. A child, preteen or teen is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated, embarrassed or targeted by another child using the internet, or technology. . Types. Direct Attack

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amanda shaffer
Amanda Shaffer

Cyber Bullying

"Bullies thrive wherever authority is weak"

what is it
What is it?
  • A child, preteen or teen is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated, embarrassed or targeted by another child using the internet, or technology.
types
Types
  • Direct Attack
    • Messages sent to the child directly
    • Instant Messaging, blogs, web sites, impersonation, stealing passwords
  • By proxy
    • The cyberbully makes it look like the victim is doing something wrong or acts as the victim
the law
The Law
  • Most states have cyberstalking/harassment laws but there is no Federal law
  • The victims can sue the stalker or harasser or report them to have their accounts revoked or web sites shut down
prevention
Prevention
  • Educate students about the consequences!
  • Educate students about cyberethics!
  • Educate students about where they should go on the internet and what sites to use.
  • Educate students about what information to give out and not to give out on the internet.
teaching kids how to handle cyberbullying
Teaching kids how to handle cyberbullying
  • Take 5!
    • Take time to think about how you are going to respond or what you are going to say
  • Stop, Block, and Tell
    • Don’t do anything
    • Block the bully or limit communication
    • Tell a trusted adult
community programs
Community Programs
  • Conduct a Stop Cyberbullying pledge
  • Teenangels
    • Teen volunteers who design and deliver presentations about internet safety
  • Wired Kids Summit
    • An anti-cyberbullying campaign
statistics
Statistics
  • 33% of youth have been a victim
  • Being ignored and disrespected are most common
  • Mainly occurs in chat rooms, instant message, e-mail
  • 17% admitted to bullying someone else
kids safe search engines
Kids Safe search engines
  • Ask Jeeves for kids
  • AOL at school
  • Dib Dab Doo and Dilly Too
  • Kids Click!
  • Yahooligans!
websites
Websites
  • Stopcyberbullying.org
  • Teenangels.org
  • Internetsuperheroes.org
  • Wiredkids.org
  • Wiredsafety.org