Sexually suggestive messages (text,
 email, IM) are even more prevalent
 than sexually suggestive images.

How many teens ...
Sexually suggestive messages (text,
 email, IM) are even more prevalent
 than sexually suggestive images.
How many teens a...
When teen guys get a
sexy text message from
a girl they never share it
with their friends.
 True
 False
How Common is it?

to share sexy messages with those other than
the intended recipient?
 10%
 25%
 44%

of both teen gi...
Someone sends you a mean text on your
 phone. Do you
  A Decide to delete it?
  B Text back and tell them to leave you
 al...
Sometimes people encourage cyber bullying
without even being aware of it. Which of these
would you say could make a situat...
“Miguel will be thrilled we these pictures I
took of myself … he’s been bugging me
for some.”

  “Be careful. What if he p...
What are the laws around cyber bullying?
A There aren't any, we don't need them
B There aren't any, but if it gets really ...
A Ten percent of girls ages 13-16 have
  sent a sexy text message or IM.

B Twenty-five percent of girls ages
  13-16 have...
Teen guys who have
gotten sexy messages
and pictures said they
knew it was just a joke.
True

   False
When they get a sexy pic or
text message…
Girls are more likely than guys
are to be creeped out, grossed
out, and less int...
Girls send sexy text messages
A To be flirtatious
B It's meant to be a sexy present for
  their boyfriend
C It's a respons...
It’s my MySpace page! I can post
what I want online ‘cause only my
friends will see it.

True

   False
I would never say it to her face.
That’s the really great thing
about the Internet is that it’s
anonymous. I can say what ...
I would never say it to her face.
That’s the really great thing
about the Internet is that it’s
anonymous. I can say what ...
CyberSafety
   Citizenship in a Digital Age

    Margaret Baker
    Selma USD
Welcome
 CyberBullying

 What  you Post on
  MySpace
 Sexting
Someone sends you a mean text on your
 phone. Do you
  A Decide to delete it?
  B Text back and tell them to leave you
 al...
I would never say it to her face.
That’s the really great thing
about the Internet is that it’s
anonymous. I can say what ...
   If you wouldn't say it to her...
Sometimes people encourage cyber
    bullying without even being aware of it.
    Which of these would you say could make ...
We Were Just Playing Around…
   Teasing
   Peer pressure
       Friends
       Groups
What are the laws around cyber
bullying?
A There aren't any, we don't need them
B There aren't any, but if it gets really ...
Consequences

  Suspension
  Expulsion

  Police involved
   Did you know that cyber bullying has affected almost a third of 11-16 year olds at least once? How would you
    react...
He’s such a jerk and he has been since middle
  school.
Let’s just play around with his mind…

It’s called … CyberBullying
Cyberbullying

   Ryan Halligan
Too young?

   The British film = 5 minutes

   http://www.digizen.org/cyberbullying/fullfilm.aspx?
If you have a bad feeling…

                      If you go to a site that
                       makes you
             ...
It’s my MySpace page! I can post
what I want online ‘cause only my
friends will see it.
Some paths are not good choices...

                        If you make a wrong
                         turn, get out th...
Think before acting…

                     Slow down
                     If necessary, stop
                      befor...
THINK before you post
Consequences

   Parents
   College recruiters
   Prospective employers
   Future spouses
A Ten percent of girls ages 13-16 have sent a
 sexy text message or IM.

B Twenty-five percent of girls ages 13-16 have
  ...
Teen guys who have
gotten sexy messages
and pictures said they
knew it was just a joke.
True

   False
Girls send sexy text messages
A To be flirtatious
B It's meant to be a sexy present for their
  boyfriend
C It's a respons...
When they get a sexy pic or
text message…
Girls are more likely than guys
are to be creeped out, grossed
out, and less int...
When teen guys get a
sexy text message from
a girl they never share it
with their friends.
 True
 False
Sexually suggestive messages (text,
 email, IM) are even more prevalent
 than sexually suggestive images.

How many teens ...
Sexually suggestive messages (text, email,
 IM) are even more prevalent than sexually
 suggestive images.
How many teens a...
How Common is it?

 to share sexy messages with those other
 than the intended recipient?

 44%  of both teen girls and t...
Who are these sexually suggestive messages
  and images being sent to?
 71% of teen girls and 67% of teen guys who
  have...
“Miguel will be thrilled we these pictures I
took of myself … he’s been bugging me
for some.”

  “Be careful. What if he p...
SEXTING

quot;Sexting … is a fairly natural and normal thing
for [teens] to do. It is surprising to us as
parents, but for...
SEXTING

quot;Sexting … is a fairly natural and normal thing
for [teens] to do. It is surprising to us as
parents, but for...
Source:
http://www.mcgruffspo.com/cybersafetysat.html
   http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?
    video_id=660&title=Think_Before_You_Post
How Common is it?

to share sexy images with those other than the
  intended recipient?

   36% of teen girls and 39% of ...
When the Lines Between Sexting and
Cyberbullying Blur


    It’s not just a joke
How many teens say they have sent/posted
 nude or seminude pictures or video of
 themselves?

   20% of teens overall
  ...
Consequences
Two teen girls who sent nude/semi-nude
photographs of themselves via their cell phone
are facing charges of quot;distribut...
Registered sex offenders
NO
   Military
   Federal job
       IRS
       Teacher
       Custodian
       Soccer coach
What about your dreams?
quot;There's a totally false perception among
juveniles that there is no risk to this,quot; Oswalt
told ABCNews.com. quot;...
Consequences –


   Forever
Cybersafety, Teachers
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  • Would you say it to her face? Then why online?
  • Friends rating the girls – he played along but they included his siter.
  • Sara – online posting
  • The pictures keep showing up as she takes them down from the bulletin board… http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=660&title=Think_Before_You_Post
  • http://www.cnn.com/2009/CRIME/04/07/sexting.busts/index.html http://www.cnn.com/2009/CRIME/04/07/sexting.busts/index.html#cnnSTCVideo http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/WorldNews/story?id=6456834http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W78dkT4wndk&NR=1
  • http://www.cnn.com/2009/CRIME/04/07/sexting.busts/index.html http://www.cnn.com/2009/CRIME/04/07/sexting.busts/index.html#cnnSTCVideo http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/WorldNews/story?id=6456834http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W78dkT4wndk&NR=1
  • Video clip – mom talking about 18 year old who committed sucide -- Cyberbullying
  • Boy now registered as sex offender – wired safety commentator says however that he did distribute – 2 minute indiscretion…Comments from Katie Couric on the death of your dreams if a college recruiter or a potential boss sees the pictures
  • drea
  • Dreamshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GOfp0aZxy4c&feature=related
  • http://abcnews.go.com/video/playerIndex?id=6457011
  • Cybersafety, Teachers

    1. 1. Sexually suggestive messages (text, email, IM) are even more prevalent than sexually suggestive images. How many teens are sending or posting sexually suggestive messages?  15% of all teens  25% of all teens  39% of all teens
    2. 2. Sexually suggestive messages (text, email, IM) are even more prevalent than sexually suggestive images. How many teens are receiving sexually suggestive messages?  15% of teens  25% of teens  48% of teens
    3. 3. When teen guys get a sexy text message from a girl they never share it with their friends.  True  False
    4. 4. How Common is it? to share sexy messages with those other than the intended recipient?  10%  25%  44% of both teen girls and teen boys say it is common for sexually suggestive text messages to get shared with people other than the intended recipient.
    5. 5. Someone sends you a mean text on your phone. Do you A Decide to delete it? B Text back and tell them to leave you alone C Feel confused and then save it. You'll think about it later D Send them a mean text back E Immediately tell your parents or teacher
    6. 6. Sometimes people encourage cyber bullying without even being aware of it. Which of these would you say could make a situation worse? A You hear about a friend being cyberbullied but you tell them to ignore it because it's not that serious B Passing on someone's pictures or details without them knowing, or even if they've asked you not to C Voting for someone in an insulting online poll D Joining in with the insults even in a small way E b, c and d.
    7. 7. “Miguel will be thrilled we these pictures I took of myself … he’s been bugging me for some.” “Be careful. What if he passes them around?” “Not Miguel! We’re tight. He’d never do something like that to me”
    8. 8. What are the laws around cyber bullying? A There aren't any, we don't need them B There aren't any, but if it gets really bad then it might be an idea to say that you'll tell the police C The government are thinking about putting some laws in place D There aren't any, but internet service providers and social networking sites have rules and acceptable use policies that can result in bans for cyberbullying E It can be classified as 'harassment', is illegal and can be reported to the police?
    9. 9. A Ten percent of girls ages 13-16 have sent a sexy text message or IM. B Twenty-five percent of girls ages 13-16 have sent a sexy text message or IM. C Fifty percent of girls ages 13-16 have sent a sexy text message or IM.
    10. 10. Teen guys who have gotten sexy messages and pictures said they knew it was just a joke. True  False
    11. 11. When they get a sexy pic or text message… Girls are more likely than guys are to be creeped out, grossed out, and less interested in hooking up. True  False
    12. 12. Girls send sexy text messages A To be flirtatious B It's meant to be a sexy present for their boyfriend C It's a response to a sexy message or pic they received from someone D It's just as a joke E To feel sexy
    13. 13. It’s my MySpace page! I can post what I want online ‘cause only my friends will see it. True  False
    14. 14. I would never say it to her face. That’s the really great thing about the Internet is that it’s anonymous. I can say what I really think or feel about __________ and she’ll never find out.
    15. 15. I would never say it to her face. That’s the really great thing about the Internet is that it’s anonymous. I can say what I really think or feel about __________ and she’ll never find out.
    16. 16. CyberSafety Citizenship in a Digital Age Margaret Baker Selma USD
    17. 17. Welcome
    18. 18.  CyberBullying  What you Post on MySpace  Sexting
    19. 19. Someone sends you a mean text on your phone. Do you A Decide to delete it? B Text back and tell them to leave you alone C Feel confused and then save it. You'll think about it later D Send them a mean text back E Immediately tell your parents or teacher
    20. 20. I would never say it to her face. That’s the really great thing about the Internet is that it’s anonymous. I can say what I really think or feel about __________ and not worry about it.
    21. 21.  If you wouldn't say it to her...
    22. 22. Sometimes people encourage cyber bullying without even being aware of it. Which of these would you say could make a situation worse? A You hear about a friend being cyberbullied but you tell them to ignore it because it's not that serious B Passing on someone's pictures or details without them knowing, or even if they've asked you not to C Voting for someone in an insulting online poll D Joining in with the insults even in a small way E B, C and D
    23. 23. We Were Just Playing Around…  Teasing  Peer pressure  Friends  Groups
    24. 24. What are the laws around cyber bullying? A There aren't any, we don't need them B There aren't any, but if it gets really bad then it might be an idea to say that you'll tell the police C The government are thinking about putting some laws in place D There aren't any, but internet service providers and social networking sites have rules and acceptable use policies that can result in bans for cyberbullying E It can be classified as 'harassment', is illegal and can be reported to the police?
    25. 25. Consequences  Suspension  Expulsion  Police involved
    26. 26.  Did you know that cyber bullying has affected almost a third of 11-16 year olds at least once? How would you react? Tests yourself to see how clued up you are about cyber bullying.  1. What do you think of when you hear the term 'cyber bullying':-  A) I don't - it doesn't affect me B) It's when someone is excluded from an online group on purpose C) It's when rude, angry or gossipy messages are sent on the text or online D) It's bullying that can be tracked because it leaves cyber footprints E) b, c and d  3. Someone sends you a spiteful message on instant messenger. How do you react?  A) Ignore it and start chatting to someone else? B) Reply back to them and find out what their problem is C) Shut down the computer and hope they'll leave you alone in future D) Report them to the Internet Service Provider E) Go to an older person, and let them know you feel uncomfortable  4. If you feel like someone is cyber bullying you, who would you go to for help?  A) No one, you can deal with it B) Get a friend to join in against them C) If it gets really bad you might tell a parent or teacher D) The Internet provider or the social networking site E) Parent, teacher or police officer  6. What are the laws around cyber bullying?  A) There aren't any, we don't need them B) There aren't any, but if it gets really bad then it might be an idea to say that you'll tell the police C) The government are thinking about putting some laws in place D) There aren't any, but internet service providers and social networking sites have rules and acceptable use policies that can result in bans for cyberbullying E) It can be classified as 'harassment', is illegal and can be reported to the police?  7. Is cyberbullying more invisible than face to face bullying?  A) Yes, you often can't tell who the cyberbullies are B) Even if everyone knows who they are, you feel more detached because you can't see each other's reactions C) It isn't really but it can feel more scary because you don't immediately know who is contacting you D) If you report the incidents to your internet service and social network providers they can locate the address the email's have been sent from E) Cyberbullying always leaves cyber footprints. Both the person who generated the bullying messages and anyone else's who joined in.
    27. 27. He’s such a jerk and he has been since middle school. Let’s just play around with his mind… It’s called … CyberBullying
    28. 28. Cyberbullying  Ryan Halligan
    29. 29. Too young?  The British film = 5 minutes  http://www.digizen.org/cyberbullying/fullfilm.aspx?
    30. 30. If you have a bad feeling…  If you go to a site that makes you uncomfortable – you can always escape from the Internet or shut the computer off
    31. 31. It’s my MySpace page! I can post what I want online ‘cause only my friends will see it.
    32. 32. Some paths are not good choices...  If you make a wrong turn, get out the safest and quickest way possible
    33. 33. Think before acting…  Slow down  If necessary, stop before going ahead
    34. 34. THINK before you post
    35. 35. Consequences  Parents  College recruiters  Prospective employers  Future spouses
    36. 36. A Ten percent of girls ages 13-16 have sent a sexy text message or IM. B Twenty-five percent of girls ages 13-16 have sent a sexy text message or IM. C Fifty percent of girls ages 13-16 have sent a sexy text message or IM.
    37. 37. Teen guys who have gotten sexy messages and pictures said they knew it was just a joke. True  False
    38. 38. Girls send sexy text messages A To be flirtatious B It's meant to be a sexy present for their boyfriend C It's a response to a sexy message or pic they received from someone D It's just as a joke E To feel sexy
    39. 39. When they get a sexy pic or text message… Girls are more likely than guys are to be creeped out, grossed out, and less interested in hooking up. True  False
    40. 40. When teen guys get a sexy text message from a girl they never share it with their friends.  True  False
    41. 41. Sexually suggestive messages (text, email, IM) are even more prevalent than sexually suggestive images. How many teens are sending or posting sexually suggestive messages?  39% of all teens
    42. 42. Sexually suggestive messages (text, email, IM) are even more prevalent than sexually suggestive images. How many teens are receiving sexually suggestive messages?  48% of teens say they have received such messages
    43. 43. How Common is it? to share sexy messages with those other than the intended recipient? 44% of both teen girls and teen boys say it is common for sexually suggestive text messages to get shared with people other than the intended recipient.
    44. 44. Who are these sexually suggestive messages and images being sent to?  71% of teen girls and 67% of teen guys who have sent or posted sexually suggestive content say they have sent/posted this content to a boyfriend/girlfriend.  21% of teen girls and 39% of teen boys say they have sent such content to someone they wanted to date or hook up with.  15% of teens who have sent or posted nude / seminude images of themselves say they have done so to someone they only knew online.
    45. 45. “Miguel will be thrilled we these pictures I took of myself … he’s been bugging me for some.” “Be careful. What if he passes them around?” “Not Miguel! We’re tight. He’d never do something like that to me”
    46. 46. SEXTING quot;Sexting … is a fairly natural and normal thing for [teens] to do. It is surprising to us as parents, but for teens it's part of their culture.quot;
    47. 47. SEXTING quot;Sexting … is a fairly natural and normal thing for [teens] to do. It is surprising to us as parents, but for teens it's part of their culture.quot; But, is treated as child pornography in almost every state and it catches teens completely offguard.
    48. 48. Source: http://www.mcgruffspo.com/cybersafetysat.html
    49. 49.  http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php? video_id=660&title=Think_Before_You_Post
    50. 50. How Common is it? to share sexy images with those other than the intended recipient?  36% of teen girls and 39% of teen boys say it is common for nude or semi-nude photos to get shared with people other than the intended recipient.
    51. 51. When the Lines Between Sexting and Cyberbullying Blur  It’s not just a joke
    52. 52. How many teens say they have sent/posted nude or seminude pictures or video of themselves?  20% of teens overall  22% of teen girls  18% of teen boys  11% of young teen girls (ages 13-16)
    53. 53. Consequences
    54. 54. Two teen girls who sent nude/semi-nude photographs of themselves via their cell phone are facing charges of quot;distributing child pornography.quot; The three guys they sent the photos to are facing charges as well, for quot; possession of child pornography.“
    55. 55. Registered sex offenders
    56. 56. NO  Military  Federal job  IRS  Teacher  Custodian  Soccer coach
    57. 57. What about your dreams?
    58. 58. quot;There's a totally false perception among juveniles that there is no risk to this,quot; Oswalt told ABCNews.com. quot;That picture, once taken and sent, gives anyone who receives it the ability to do anything with it, forever. If a picture of you found its way onto the Internet, that's going to haunt you, potentially forever.quot;
    59. 59. Consequences – Forever

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