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  • How many are you are on Facebook?How many are on MySpace?Have a cell phone?Are on TwitterHave a blog?What other sites are you on?
  • 1.Flaming and trollingSending or posting mean messages intended to “inflame” the emotions of others2. Happy slappingRecording someone being harassed or physically bullied, them posting the video online for everyone to see3. IDENTIY THEFT/IMPERSONATIONStealing someone’s password and taking over their onlien accounts to post incriminating or humiliating pictures, videos or information4. PHOTOSHOPPINGAltering digital images so that the main subject is placed in a compromising or embarrassing situation5. PHYSICAL THREATSSending messages that involve threats to a person’s safety6. RUMOR SPREADINGSpreading gossip through email, text messaging, or social networking sites
  • It is believed to be the first time Jeffrey Johnson Stand up for All Students Act has been used in the area.
  • sending nude or partially nude photos or sexually explicit messages to another person electronically. surveyed teens and young adults about sexting — sending sexually charged material via cell phone text messages — or posting such materials online. The results revealed that 39 percent of teens are sending or posting sexually suggestive messages, and 48 percent reported receiving such messages.If you have done this already, your stuff is out there and pray no one gives it out.Don’t do it again!!!
  • Jesse Loganwas an 18-year-old girl from Ohio whose ex-boyfriend circulated nude pictures of her to a large number of their high school peers, leading to extensive and unremitting verbal cruelty. Two months later, she committed suicide after suffering scholastically and relationally as a result of the humiliation and abuse she received from classmates
  • Last year, the Ruskin, Fla., middle schooler sent a photo of her naked breasts to her boyfriend. Another student got hold of it and it went viral.From then on, classmates bullied, intimidated and tormented her - even creating MySpace pages to humiliate her.It worked with devastating effect. On Sept. 12, 2009, Hope took her own life.Read more: http://www.cbsnews.com/2300-204_162-10005118-4.html#ixzz1XJB3N3Wq
  • The talk!!
  • cyberbullies are not strangers but the “people that you’ve let into your life just a little bit
  • Why do people want to build their friends list?Even if your profile is set to private, you should still think before you postOnly add people you know in real life to your friends list, even when someone is referred by another friend.Don’t share too much info on your blogsDon’t reveal identifying information about yourselves in pictures and videos on your profiles.Do you think people on the internet always tell the truth about who they are?Anyone can use the information you post to humiliate or harm you.
  • Don’t jeopardize your futureCollegesEmployersTeachersCoaches
  • Transcript

    • 1. BACK TO SCHOOL YOUTH CONFERENCE
      CYBERBULLYING
      PRESENTER: GENNIA HOLDER
      SOCIAL MEDIA CONSULTANT
    • 2. TOPICS
      CYBERBULLYING
      SEXTING
      YOUR INTERNET PRESENCE & PROTECTING YOURSELF ONLINE
      Q & A
    • 3. JEFFREY JOHNSTON
      1990-2005
    • 4. JEFFREY JOHNSON STAND UP FOR ALL STUDENTS ACT
      BULLYING
      CYBERBULLYING
      CYBERSTALKING
      CYBERHARASSING
    • 5. BULLYING INCLUDES:
      1 Teasing
      2. Social exclusion/isolation
      3. Threat
      4. Intimidation
      5. Stalking
      6. Physical violence
      7. Theft
      8. Sexual, religious, or racial harassment
      9. Public humiliation
      10. Destruction of property
    • 6. CYBERBULLY
      Intentional and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices.
      When it is conducted by one child or teen against another
       
    • 7. 6 TYPES OF CYBERBULLYING
      FLAMING & TROLLING
      HAPPY-SLAPPING
      IDENTITY THEFT/IMPERSONATION
      PHOTOSHOPPING
      PHYSICAL THREATS
      RUMOR SPREADING
      http://www.safeinyourspace.org/cyberbullying.asp#type
    • 8. ARRESTED FOR CYBERBULLYING
      January 2011 - Two Estero High School teens (FL) were arrested on felony charges for cyber bullying a classmate after officials learned of a fake Facebook account with sexually explicit photos.
    • 9. CYBERHARASSMENT
      Pertains to threatening or harassing email messages, instant messages, or to blog entries or websites dedicated solely to tormenting an individual.
    • 10. CYBERSTALK
      The repeated use of electronic communications to harass or frighten someone, for example by sending threatening e-mails
    • 11. WHICH ONE ARE YOU? WHAT TO DO?
      BULLY – Beware
      BYSTANDER – Be a Hero
      VICTIM – Be Empowered
    • 12. Dealing with Cyberbullying
      Quiz
    • 13. SEXTING
      Sending nude or partially nude photos or sexually explicit messages to another person electronically.
      DON’T DO IT!!!
    • 14. 44% of boys
      have seen
      sexual images of girls in their school
    • 15. SEXTING
      15% of boys send those pictures out when they break up with the girls
    • 16. Jesse Logan
      1990 - 2008
    • 17. HOPE WITSELL
      1996 - 2009
    • 18. “. . . be careful what you do to people, because you never know what they’re going through,” said Christian Harvey, a 15-year-old sophomore at Port Charlotte High School in Port Charlotte, Fla. “You can really hurt somebody, even with the littlest thing.”
    • 19. GET INVOLVED
      Become a TeenAngel
      Teenagers were concerned about their younger siblings, cousins, young neighbors and kids they baby-sit for when it came to online safety.
      http://teenangels .org/
      Link on my website www.timetogovirtual.com/cyberbully
    • 20. HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF ONLINE
      AND
      YOUR INTERNET PRESENCE
    • 21. How do you decide WHAT to
      post online?
    • 22. YOUR INTERNET PRESENCE
    • 23. PROTECTING YOURSELF ONLINE
      • Only accept friends you know in real life
      • 24. Don’t share personal information that reveals your location
      • 25. Make sure your friends don’t reveal information about you
      • 26. Keep your information private
      • 27. Your password is like your toothbrush – don’t share
      it with anyone. Not even your best friend!
    • 28. What is good or not good to share?
      Discussing your favorite book on a message board
      Tell someone in a chat room where you go to school
      IM a friend about what movie you just saw
      Posting a description of your dog on your profile
      Sharing your email password with your friend
      Check the privacy settings on your profiles, photos, status updates
    • 29. Does anything in your profile or username or email address reveal . . .
      First name
      First and last name
      Home phone number
      Cell phone number
      School name
      Address
    • 30. What’s a good screen name or email address?
    • What you can do . . .
      Go home and review
      Your profiles, IM screen names, email addresses
      Anything you post online
      Google yourself
      and make changes based on what you learned today
      Ask your school about their cyberbullying policy
      Check your privacy settings
      Keep your clothes on
    • 34. For more resources visit my website:
      www.timetogovirtual.com/cyberbully
      Gennia Holder
      Social Media Consultant