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  • Bullying or Cyberbullying is common and happens in all schools. Young people are often ashamed, embarrassed, and may believe they deserve it. Many children are frightened of telling because they fear the bullies will find out and hurt them even more. So, We parent in order to help our children we should talk with our child and work out ways of solving the problems and reassure them that they were right to tell you.As a parent or caregiver, you can use stories to help your child learn how to respond to bullies in healthy ways.As a way of helping everyone especially the parents, who still find it quite hard to manage issues like this, I found this great application which featured a safety app which gets me connected to a Safety Network or escalate my call to the nearest 911 when needed, it has other cool features that are helpful for your kids with just a press of a Panic Button. #SafekidZone, Check it here: http://bit.ly/1026trz
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  • 1. Cyber Bullying By Abhishek DesaiDIGICorp Information Systems
  • 2. What is it? "Cyberbullying involves the use of information and communication technologies such as e- mail, cell phone and pager text messages, instant messaging, defamatory personal Web sites, and defamatory online personal polling Web sites, to support deliberate, repeated, and hostile behaviour by an individual or group, that is intended to harm others." - Bill Belsey
  • 3. What forms does cyberbullying take? Email SMS MMS IM (Instant Messaging) Blogs Personal websites Personal polling sites
  • 4. Cyber bullying and Law Cyber bullying is a CRIMINAL ACT It is a CRIME to communicate repeatedly with someone if it causes them to fear for their own safety or safety of others It is also a crime to publish “defamatory libel” – writing something which is intended to insult someone It violates the human rights act. Personally I believe it is an act of “COWARDICE”
  • 5. What can be done? Awareness and education  www.cyberbullying.ca You should never send message to others when you are angry You should never open a message from someone you don’t know
  • 6. What can be done? Contd .. If you encounter something on internet which doesn’t feel right don’t open it You don’t have to be always on the internet Schools should update the Internet and computer access policies as soon as possible
  • 7. If you are a victim… DO NOT keep it to yourself, You are not ALONE. Inform an ADULT you know and trust. Inform you Internet Service Provider or Mobile service provider Inform your LOCAL POLICE Do not reply to message from cyber bullies Do not erase or delete the message from cyber bullies
  • 8. What kind of information canbe saved? Save following from the email  E-mail address  Date and time received  Copies of relevant emails with full email headers Save following from chat room  Date and time of chat  Name and URL of the chat room  Nickname of the offending person  Email address if available  Screenshot of chat room
  • 9. Report Cyber bullying Email Report cyber bullying email to your ISPs. Emails can be traced easily using different available software If somebody has stolen your account contact support team of that mail site.
  • 10. Report chat room cyberbullying Highlight the chatter’s name Use the ignore button to stop all conversations Take a screen shot of the abuse Note the time and date of the chat Report to chat room operator or service operator Speak to parent or a teacher
  • 11. Its not your fault You should know that it is not your fault if bad people are there in the world You should not be ashamed of telling it to adults or teachers People are not anonymous on the internet. With the right information they can be easily traced and punished by local police or authorities.
  • 12. Protect yourself Never arrange a meeting with someone you don’t know If you have to, go with your parents. You may need to delete your current email accounts, cell phone etc and setup a news ones.
  • 13. Examples of cyber-bullying One example of cyber-bullying was the Star Wars kid whose classmates uploaded video footage of him posing as the Star Wars character Darth Maul onto Kazaa in 2003. The footage was downloaded extensively and modified causing the subject extensive embarrassment resulting in psychiatric treatment. 13 year old Vermont boy Ryan Halligan committed suicide, as a result of cyber-bullying:  "Ryan Halligan hanged himself after prolonged bullying at school and at home through the Internet. He was repeatedly taunted online. Due to the continued bullying, Ryan latched on to the idea of killing himself as vengeance against those who had hurt him." [6]
  • 14. Questions?
  • 15. Thank You