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With the rise in digital media, cyber bullying will definitely be an issue that future youth will have to deal with. Bullying will move from the playground to digital form. We need to help prevent ...

With the rise in digital media, cyber bullying will definitely be an issue that future youth will have to deal with. Bullying will move from the playground to digital form. We need to help prevent the abuse of such a powerful social tool by teaching teens about proper etiquette and usage.

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  • Cyber Bullying
    By Travis Rhee
    Image by: Stuart Leckenby - Flickr
  • Image by: Wentongg - Flickr
    Cyber Bullying…
    “involves the use of information and communication
    technologies to support deliberate, repeated, and hostile
    behaviour by an individual or group, that is intended to
    harm others." Bill Belsey- Creator of www.bullying.org
  • Last year, over 40%of
    teenagers
    whom have access to the Internet
    have experienced cyber bullying
    Image by: TerriC3 - Flickr
  • Image by: amandagreenspan - Flickr
    Girls
    are more likely to be victims of cyber
    bullying then
    Boys
  • Image by:
    - Flickr
    Only 18%
    Of incidents of cyber bullying are reported
    As well as only 10% of victims tell their parents
  • Direct Attacks
    Image by: amandagreenspan – Flickr
    Sending Malicious Code
    Stealing Passwords
    Sending Porn and other Junk Email
    Sending Pictures through E-mail and Cellphones without consent
    Instant Messaging/Text Messaging Harassment
  • About 1 in 3 people
    have had a cyber threat
    against them
    against them
    Image by: mpnuttall - Flickr
  • Last year, about
    1 million
    children
    have been
    victims of cyber bullying
    throughFacebook
    Image by: amandagreenspan - Flickr
  • Bullies also can getaccess
    to the
    Victims account
    and send
    rude messages
    to contacts
    Image by poojabrahmi - Flickr
  • They may also
    change the victims
    password
    Image by: :ray – Flickr
  • Going Mobile
    With 87% of children
    between 4 to 16
    having
    access to a mobile phone…
    Image by: cehd.comm
  • Text Bullying
    is becoming the most popular form
    of bullying
    amongst teens and children
    Image by: Jeremy R. Issacson - Flickr
  • 1 in 5 will be a victim oftextbullying
    1 in 10 teens have engaged in some sort of textbullying.
    Image by: amyjhleong - Flickr
  • Why?
    To bolster their self esteem
    They are angry or frustrated
    Though it is difficult to find a single reason, some
    engage incyber bullying because
    Boredom
    For the “lulz”
    Revenge
    Image by: David Paul Leighton - Flickr
  • 53% of kids have admitted to participating in
    cyber bullying
    More than 1 in 3have repeated their behaviour
    Image by: Gusbodr - Flickr
  • Don’t Think Your Words…
    …Hurt?
    Image by: amandagreenspan - Flickr
  • More than 8%of victims of
    cyberbullying victims and
    12%ofsexting victims
    have contemplatedsuicide
    Image by: Solo - Flickr
  • It ishard for kids to hide……
    Image by: SashaW - Flickr
  • "When I was bullied in
    middle school, I couldgo
    home, I could slam my
    doorshut and I'd be safe
    from thebully, […]
    These days, there
    basically is no safety; there isno protection. There'slimitless vulnerability."
    – Patchin, Cyber Bully Victim
    Image by: Stuart Leckenby - Flickr
  • Sexual Predators
    About half of reported sexual solicitations towards minors
    have been
    from other
    minors
    Image by: leamcdowell - Flickr
  • “the image presented by the media of an older male deceiving and preying on a young child does not paint an accurate picture of the nature of the majority of sexual solicitations.” – Kim Zetter, www.wired.com
    Image by: boywonderkyle - Flickr
  • “Parents need to be the one trusted place kids can go when things go wrong online and offline. Yet they often are the one place kids avoid when things go wrong online”- www.stopbullying.org
    Image by: Stuart Leckenby - Flickr
  • Prevention
    Do not attack others online
    Especially if you are angry
    Use "Netiquette"
    Never give out
    personal information
    or passwords, P.I.N.
    numbers etc.
    Image by: iamlowercasepeople - Flickr
  • But the one of the most important ways to help prevent
    cyber bullying is to…..
    Image by: joshblyth - Flickr
  • Report it!
    Image by: hansika.jethnani - Flickr
  • Works Cited
    Image by: Mrchapmorningshowlive - Flickr
    http://www.stopcyberbullying.org/index2.html
    http://mashable.com/2011/04/25/shakespeare-facebook-cyber-bullying/
    http://news.ninemsn.com.au/national/8211585/schools-should-teach-kids-phone-safety
    http://www.cyberbullying.ca/
    http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2009/01/bullies-worse-t/
    http://minnesota.publicradio.org/display/web/2011/05/15/cyber-bullying/
    http://ezinemark.com/a/statistics-on-cyberbullying-suicide/
    http://www.bullyingstatistics.org/content/cyber-bullying-statistics.html
    http://www.cyberbullyalert.com/blog/2008/08/cyber-bullying-statistics-that-may-shock-you/
    http://www.bullyingstatistics.org/content/text-bullying.html
    http://www.isafe.org/channels/sub.php?ch=op&sub_id=media_cyber_bullying
    http://www.howtostopcyberbullying.com/cyber_bullying_statistics.html