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  • 1. Cyberbullying Let’s not even go there…
  • 2. What is Cyberbullying?
    • Have you ever received a mean email or instant message? Have you ever sent one?
    • It's a lot like the bullying that happens at recess or on the school bus, and it can hurt just as much.
  • 3. What is a Cyberbully?
    • A cyberbully uses the Internet, cell phone, or other device to send or post text or images to try to hurt or embarrass another person.
  • 4. What can you do to help stop cyberbullying?
    • Keep your password safe.
    • Don’t share secrets, photos, or anything online that might be embarrassing if someone found out.
    • Set up email and instant messenger accounts with your parents. Make sure not to put your name, age, address, or phone number in your profile or screen name.
  • 5. What can you do to help stop cyberbullying?
    • Let bullies know that cyberbullying is not OK. If your friends are cyberbullying, tell them that it’s not funny and that cyberbullying hurts people.
    • Be as nice online as you are offline.
    • Don't send messages when you're angry.
  • 6. What should you do if cyberbullying is bothering you?
    • Don't respond to emails or messages that are mean to you or your friends.
    • Don’t forward emails or messages that are mean or that spread rumors about other people.
    • Don't open emails or messages from someone you know is a bully.
  • 7. What should you do if cyberbullying is bothering you?
    • Block anyone who acts like a cyberbully.
    • Save or print all messages from bullies.
    • Show the messages to an adult you trust—like a parent or a teacher—and ask for help. If the first adult you tell doesn't help you, keep telling until someone does.