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Delete suspicious email Use technology to block communication with cyberbullies. Tell a parent or adult about any cyberbullying that is occurring. At home, supervise your childs time online. Addressing cyberbullying school-wide is key -- make sure students fully understand the consequences. Be a smart and savvy Web user; never reveal passwords or real last names.

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What is cyber bullying? Who is doing it? How is it occurring? Ways to avoid cyber

bullying.

What is Cyber Bullying?


"Cyberbullying" (also known as Electronic Bullying or Online Social Cruelty) can be defined as a set of interactions between two minors where one or a group of minors is/are tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated, embarrassed or otherwise targeted by another individual or group of individuals, such as a child, preteen or teen, using the Internet, interactive and digital technologies, or mobile phones (WiredKids, n.d.). The cyberbully would use those electronic technologies in order to facilitate, deliberate, and repeatedly harass and threaten an individual or group (Trolley, Hansel, & Shields, n.d.). Cyber bullying does not involve adults, instead, when an adult is involved, cyber bullying becomes cyber-harassment or cyber stalking (Anderson & Greenbaum, 2010). Cyber bullying typically starts at about 9 years of age and usually ends after 14 years of age; after 14, it becomes cyber or sexual harassment due to nature of acts and age of those involved (Trolley et al., n.d.).

Common Methods of Cyber Bullying


Text inappropriate or threatening text messages Nuisance/prank calls calling another, persistently, on their phone and saying inappropriate things Publishing and sharing images without your childs permission photos, videos, and/orwebcam footage of an individual or group of individuals that could be circulated via email or text, posted online, or tagged with their name on a public website Happy slapping or Internet Polling cyberbullies use their mobiles to take photos or videos of your child while they verbally or physically abuse them Email and Instant Message (IM) your child might receive nasty or threatening emails or IMs from someone they know or a stranger Chat room and/or social networks saying mean things about others, posting inappropriate messages about a child on sites like Bebo, Facebook or MySpace, or even making up fake profiles Interactive gaming users may block or ignore them