Cyber Bullying

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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 the abuse of such a powerful social tool by teaching teens about proper etiquette and usage.

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Cyber Bullying

  1. 1. Cyber BullyingImage  by:  Stuart  Leckenby  -­‐  Flickr   By Travis Rhee
  2. 2. Image  by:  Wentongg  -­‐  Flickr   Cyber Bullying…  “involves the use of information and communicationtechnologies to support deliberate, repeated, and hostilebehaviour by an individual or group, that is intended toharm others." Bill Belsey - Creator of www.bullying.org
  3. 3. Last year, over 40% ofteenagerswhom have access to the Internet have experienced cyber bullyingImage  by:  TerriC3  -­‐  Flickr  
  4. 4. Image  by:  amandagreenspan  -­‐  Flickr   Girls  are more likely to be victims of cyberbullying then Boys
  5. 5. Image  by:   -­‐  Flickr  Only   18%   Of  incidents  of  cyber  bullying  are   reported   As well as only 10% of victims tell their parents
  6. 6. Image  by:  amandagreenspan  –  Flickr  Direct Attacks 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
  7. 7. About 1 in 3 people have had a cyber threat against themagainst  them  Image  by:  mpnuJall  -­‐  Flickr  
  8. 8. Last year, about 1 million children have  been                 vicLms  of  cyber  bullying     through FacebookImage  by:  amandagreenspan  -­‐  Flickr  
  9. 9. Bullies also can get access to the Victims account and send rude messages to contacts                        Image  by  poojabrahmi  -­‐  Flickr  
  10. 10. ey may also change the victims passwordImage  by:  :ray  –  Flickr  
  11. 11. Going Mobile  With  87%  of  children         between  4  to  16               having   access to a mobile phone…Image  by:  cehd.comm  
  12. 12. Text Bullying is becoming the most popular form of bullying amongst teens and childrenImage  by:  Jeremy  R.  Issacson  -­‐  Flickr  
  13. 13. 1 in 5 will be a victim of text bullying1 in 10 teens have engaged insome sort of text bullying.Image  by:  amyjhleong  -­‐  Flickr  
  14. 14. Why?   To bolster their self esteemey are angry or frustrated ough it is difficult to nd a single reason, some engage in cyber bullying because   Boredom For the “lulz” RevengeImage  by:  David  Paul  Leighton  -­‐  Flickr  
  15. 15. 53% of kids have admitted to participating incyber bullying More than 1 in 3 have repeated their behaviourImage  by:  Gusbodr  -­‐  Flickr  
  16. 16. Don’t ink Your Words… …Hurt? Image  by:  amandagreenspan  -­‐  Flickr  
  17. 17. More than 8% of victims of cyberbullying victims and 12% of sexting victims  Image  by:  Solo  -­‐  Flickr   have contemplated suicide
  18. 18. It  is  hard  for  kids  to  hide……  Image  by:  SashaW  -­‐  Flickr  
  19. 19. "When I was bullied inmiddle school, I could gohome, I could slam mydoor shut and Id be safefrom the bully, […] ese days, there basically is no safety; there is no protection. eres limitless vulnerability." – Patchin, Cyber BullyImage  by:  Stuart  Leckenby  -­‐  Flickr   Victim
  20. 20. Sexual Predators About half of reported sexual solicitations towards minors   have been from other minorsImage  by:  leamcdowell  -­‐  Flickr  
  21. 21. “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.comImage  by:  boywonderkyle  -­‐  Flickr  
  22. 22. “Parents need tobe the one trustedplace kids can gowhen things gowrong online andoffline. Yet theyoen are the oneplace kids avoidwhen things gowrong online”-www.stopbullying.org Image  by:  Stuart  Leckenby  -­‐  Flickr  
  23. 23. PreventionDo 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  
  24. 24. But the one of the most important ways to help prevent cyber bullying is to…..Image  by:  joshblyth  -­‐  Flickr  
  25. 25. Report it!Image  by:  hansika.jethnani  -­‐  Flickr  
  26. 26. Works  Cited   Image  by:    Mrchapmorningshowlive  -­‐  Flickr  h"p://www.stopcyberbullying.org/index2.html  h"p://mashable.com/2011/04/25/shakespeare-­‐facebook-­‐cyber-­‐bullying/  hJp://news.ninemsn.com.au/naLonal/8211585/schools-­‐should-­‐teach-­‐kids-­‐phone-­‐safety  hJp://www.cyberbullying.ca/  h"p://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2009/01/bullies-­‐worse-­‐t/  h"p://minnesota.publicradio.org/display/web/2011/05/15/cyber-­‐bullying/  h"p://ezinemark.com/a/staDsDcs-­‐on-­‐cyberbullying-­‐suicide/  h"p://www.bullyingstaDsDcs.org/content/cyber-­‐bullying-­‐staDsDcs.html  h"p://www.cyberbullyalert.com/blog/2008/08/cyber-­‐bullying-­‐staDsDcs-­‐that-­‐may-­‐shock-­‐you/  h"p://www.bullyingstaDsDcs.org/content/text-­‐bullying.html  h"p://www.isafe.org/channels/sub.php?ch=op&sub_id=media_cyber_bullying  h"p://www.howtostopcyberbullying.com/cyber_bullying_staDsDcs.html  

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