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The Unlimited Power of Cyber Bullying


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Help put an end to cyber bullying but raising awareness. This flipbook includes descriptions, details and facts about the tragic act of cyber bullying.

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The Unlimited Power of Cyber Bullying

  1. 1. By: Katie Waters Unlimited Power of Cyber Bullying
  2. 2. The use of an Internet service or mobile technologies to victimize and harm another person.   What is cyber bullying, really?
  3. 3. With technology vastly improving and innovating, it is easier for bullies to hide behind a screen.
  4. 4. Cyber bullying is NOT limited. Includes threats, gossip and spreading rumors. Common forms of cyber bullying are publishing content that was intended to be private.
  5. 5. Cyber bullying makes people feel alone and unsafe in their own homes.
  6. 6. IMPERSIONATION is a common form of cyber bullying.
  7. 7. Multiplayer online games and virtual games have been reported for venues of harassment and bullying through the chat features.
  8. 8. Cyber  bullying  can  be  ANONYMOUS.     Cyber bullying can be anonymous.
  9. 9. Cyber bullying victims are 2 to 9 times more likely to commit suicide.
  10. 10. 43% of kids have been bullied online.
  11. 11. Over 80% of teens use a cell phone regularly, making it the most common medium for cyber bullying.
  12. 12. 81% of young people think bullying online is easier to get away with than bullying in person.
  13. 13. GIRLS are TWICE as likely as boys to be victims of cyber bullying.
  14. 14. Young people are twice as likely to experience cyber bullying on Facebook than any other social media platform.
  15. 15. Leads to anxiety, depression, stress, eating disorders, substance abuse and even suicide.
  16. 16. Verbal and emotional abuse are the most common forms of online bullying.
  17. 17. Bill C-13: Protecting Canadians From Online Crime Act
  18. 18. Bill C-13 is intended to respond to the issues of cyber bullying and achieves this by proposing new criminal offences of distribution of intimate images without the consent of the other person.
  19. 19. Instead of responding to bullies over the Internet, save the evidence of the cyber bullying.
  20. 20. In order to STOP cyber bullying, report threats or harm and inappropriate messages to the police.
  21. 21. Work Cited: • about-cyber-bullying • bullying-facebook-twitter-askfm-2328238 • • • bullying.htm ALL photos obtained from: