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Ethics On The Internet


Ethics for teens. Permissions open for utube and citations

Ethics for teens. Permissions open for utube and citations

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  • 1. Ethics on the Internet Cyber Bullying
  • 2. What is Cyber bullying?
    • Electronic aggression, in the form of threatening text messages
    • The spread of online rumors on social networking sites or unauthorized pictures
    Of growing concern: Social networking sites are website groupings of people with commonalities who at times seek friendships
  • 3. Posting Pictures
    • Remember, they cannot be taken back and the whole cyber world has access to them
    • It is unethical
    • It is unlawful
    • It is cruel
    unlawful Cruel Unethical
  • 4. Think before you post Watch the following Video
  • 5. What is the prevalence?
    • Researchers estimate that between 9 percent and 34 percent of youth are victims of so-called “cyber-bullies”.
    • And as many as one out of five teens has bullied another youth using digital media, reports a special issue of the Journal of Adolescent Health.
  • 6.  
  • 7. The Effects of Cyber bullying
    • Drop in grades
    • Low self esteem
    • A change in interests
    • Depression
  • 8. There is help
    • Never give personal information online
    • Never tell anyone but your parents your password, even to a friend
    • If someone sends a mean or threatening message, don't respond. Save it or print it out and show it to an adult.
    • Never open emails from someone you don't know or from someone you know is a bully.
    • Don't put anything online that you wouldn't want your classmates to see, even in email.
    • Don't send messages when you're angry. Before clicking "send," ask yourself how you would feel if received the message.
    • Help kids who are bullied online by not joining in and showing bullying messages to an adult. 
    • Always be as polite online as you are in person.
    Tell Tell Tell &
  • 9. Stop Bullying Now
    • A really fun site for kids
  • 10. Resources
    • Hinduja, S. & Patchin, J. W. (2009).