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Cyberbullying | StopBullying.gov

Cyberbullying | StopBullying.gov | Cyber bully consumes online identity | Scoop.it
Find out why cyberbullying is different from traditional bullying, what you can do to prevent it, and how you can report it when it happens. Visit StopBullying.gov.

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An informative factual article with insight into cyberbullying. The articles has links which answer questions about the different aspects of cyberbullying. The attention that this article gives the different perspectives is what makes this not only relevant, but a useful guide to the world of cyberbullying.

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Cyberbullying and What We Can Do About It @ Blog Bloke Tips

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The other night I dedicated my show to the memory of Amanda Todd who is cyberbullying’s latest suicide victim.

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A clear and informative article on cyberbullying. The article contains statistics about cyberbullying and video of Amanda Todd. The article prompted by the unfortunate bullying that drove Amanda to suicide illustrates how cyberbullying should be thought of as just fun.

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Cyberbullying — National Crime Prevention Council

Cyberbullying — National Crime Prevention Council | Cyber bully consumes online identity | Scoop.it
Information and resources to curb the growing problem of cyberbullying...

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A very informative article covering the different aspects of cyberbullying. This article has links answering questions like what children need to know, or what is cyberbullying? This is a clear and no nonsense article covering a wide range of perspectives.

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Australia is 'world's worst' for online bullying

A recent study has put Australia as the world's worst for online bullying on social networking sites. The government has admitted it has been slow at keeping...
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A short, but informative video on online bullying. Interviews a variety of people getting a range of perspectives.

This film talks about how new technologies have created this new social community, with positives and negatives. The film refers to the need for awareness of these issues.

The film interviews a variety of people including cyber bully specialists, an cyberbullys themselves.

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Cyber Bullying - The Effects (Short Film)

WARNING* There is Self Harm involved in this video. If you are triggered easily, please don't watch. Don't worry, I'm fine. I did actually self harm and I d...
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This is a visual video containing self harm. This video is maybe a little slow and drawn out, but gives the subject the respect it is due, and tells the story of how cyber bullying can destroy a persons life.

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» 5 Tips to Keep Cyberbullying Out of Your Home - Beating the Bully: Cope with Bullying At Any Age

» 5 Tips to Keep Cyberbullying Out of Your Home - Beating the Bully: Cope with Bullying At Any Age | Cyber bully consumes online identity | Scoop.it
RT @stopbullyingtb: Should people be aware & concerned about CyberBullying? 5 Tips...

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 An informative list of measures parents can be take to prevent Cyber bullying. The articles reflects on parenting skills and ideas which may restrict the access cyber bullying has to your child. Every parent should read this.

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Five Steps to Stop Cyber-Bullying in the Workplace

Five Steps to Stop Cyber-Bullying in the Workplace | Cyber bully consumes online identity | Scoop.it
An increase in workplace cyber-bullying is having a devastating effect on workplaces. Find out what to do.

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Cyber bullying is not something that only happens to teenagers. Unfortunately because technology is not restricted to your postcode, the same issues are not restricted by location or the age of the bully/ victim. This article illustrates that cyber bullying is also very real issue in the workplace.

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Talent Show - Cyberbullying Prevention Commercial

From the Ad Council: "Delete Cyberbullying. www.ncpc.org/cyberbullying" For more information about cyberbullying prevention, please visit www.DisputeResoluti...
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An advertisement that shows just how brutal people can be. A great point is made with this ad. While this advertisement may be done with entertainment value in mind, I feel that this in a short amount of time not only illustrates how a bully publicly attacks the victim, but how the audience reacts to the situation.  

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60 Minutes Australia - One Click From Disaster (Sexting Story)

Just one click. That's all it takes to wreck a young life forever. We are talking about sexting. It's what happens when hormones and technology collide. Teen...
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A very important edition of 60 minutes explaining the consequences for uploading a post, but the hard reality of how a persons life can be changed forever.

This video shows the perspectives of a young girl who sent a nude picture of herself, and the moment a teenager destroyed his life by posting a nude picture of his ex girlfriend.

Both situations have life long implications.

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HALF of all young people say that cyber-bullying is part of everyday life

HALF of all young people say that cyber-bullying is part of everyday life | Cyber bully consumes online identity | Scoop.it
More than half of children polled - 55 per cent - said cyber-bullying had become a part of life for children and young people.

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This article I believe is relevant because it refers to the parents of the victims. Parents are always looking for the best for their children, hoping to maintain a happy and healthy lifestyle for their offspring. But cyber bullying is a damaging new problem which parents don't understand, they don't understand the social media and related technology. This article gives an idea of just how vulnerable children are because of this.

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Delete Cyber Bullying

Instant messaging, blogging, emailing, texting, and video chatting... what's next? With this dramatic shift to electronic socializing, bullying is no longer ...

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This film quickly covers the key points to the modern world of cyber bullying. However the point of this film is to go beyond these facts, and asks us to consider an idea. If less time was spent hating, and more time was spent sending positive and love filled messages, wouldn't the world be better off?

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Talk to your children and explain how damaging Cyber Bullying can be to others.

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No Tablets também há espaço para outras causas. Delete Cyber Bullying. Nós criámos o monstro; seremos nós também a acabar com ele. Junte-se ao movimento.
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John Doe: Portrait of a Cyber Bully Victim

Control , Escape , Delete .
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Cyber bully video describing some of the different kinds of bullying. The film reflects on that as an audience, we are part of the problem.

Talks about how we can report bullying or unwelcome posts.

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Dr. Phil Bully Backlash Guest: "It seemed that they were going to try to find somebody to kill me."

Dr. Phil Bully Backlash Guest: "It seemed that they were going to try to find somebody to kill me." | Cyber bully consumes online identity | Scoop.it
Sixteen-year-old Katie says her classmate Nick turned against her and started recruiting people to join a "Kill Katie Klub." Katie's mom, Giselle, says her d...
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While this is not purely about cyber bullying, there was a portion that was online.

I found that watching the emotions, and attitudes displayed by  the main characters in the film, we get a real feeling for the emotional pain caused on different levels. We also get an idea where bullying in general may stem from.

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Bullying - Cyber Bullying

Find 15 bullying and cyber bullying solutions that will help prevent and deal with all forms of bullying in Kidspot's school bully section.

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An in depth article with links how to identify and battle cyber bullying. This covers a vast amount of territory regarding both bullying and cyber bullying. This is a very relevant article for anyone with concerns regarding cyber bullying.

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Cyberbullying

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Cyberbullying is the use of technology to harass, threaten, embarrass or target another person. Here are some suggestions on what to do if online bullying has become part of your child's life.

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An informative, comprehensive guide to the subject of cyberbullying. The article covers not only what cyberbullying is, but how parents can identify if their child is the victim or infact the bully.

Enjoy the LISTEN feature.

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TAGGED

When a group of high-school friends posts an online rumour about a rival, it sparks a chain reaction that leaves no one untouched. Cyberbullying, sexting, fi...
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This film illustrates how cyber bullying can go full circle. The predator becomes the prey. What starts of as fun can get out of hand, the consequences can be more than people bargained for. The lack of empathy in the beginning, becomes a new found emotion for the bully turned victim.

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Cyber bullying cases growing with new technologies

Cyber bullying cases are increasing with the growing use of social media.
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Film talking about the new form of bullying which has evolved with the new technologies. Questions raised whether schools need to educate students on the dangers of cyber bullying.

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Social Media and the Rise of Cyber Bullying

Social Media and the Rise of Cyber Bullying | Cyber bully consumes online identity | Scoop.it
RT @hopemag: #Socialmedia has led to a new type of bullying...have you talked to your kids about cyber bullying? http://t.co/IyBlzdmZwh #st…

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This articles main focus is in two parts of cyber bullying. The first exxplaining how technology has created so many positives, but also a negative. This first section explains what cyber bullying is.

The second part empathizes with the parents situation.

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Boredom drives trolling and cyber-bullying on Facebook, Twitter: Report | NDTV Gadgets

Boredom drives trolling and cyber-bullying on Facebook, Twitter: Report | NDTV Gadgets | Cyber bully consumes online identity | Scoop.it
Boredom drives trolling and cyber-bullying on Facebook, Twitter: Report: Boredom and amusement are behind many incidents of cyber-bullying and
trolling on social media site... (RT @Kidscape: Bordom driving people to cyber-bullying?

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Introduction to the term 'trolling'. What is trolling and why does it exist? I find this to be crucial as this I believe is the basis for most of the cyberbully attacks. Has trolling just become another play time activity?

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Online Identity and Kids

Virtual worlds, online games, and social media are fun ways for kids to play around with identity. But the mask of a digital persona can also be used as a wa...
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A short film outlining some very important factors regarding the protection of online reputations. Reflects on using avatars and the advantages of using them. The film reminds us to be mindful as what you post online is a public long term representation of you.

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KIDS REACT TO BULLYING

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I was surprised by this video. Primary school children interviewed, they were asked their perspectives on bullying. What is bullying? What do they think about cyber bullying?

The opinions expressed in this film are genuine, innocent and intelligent.

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Identifying and Combating Cyber Bullies

Bullying has long been an unfortunate aspect of schooling, but today it is no longer confined to the real world. Cyber bullies are making their presence felt...
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This is a film which talks about the different kinds of cyber bullying, and how online bullying can damage your personal reputation.

Illustrates the fact that cyberbullying can actually be  the social play activity/ sport groups of friends see fit to pass the time.

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Cyber Bullying: The Psychology Behind It - SociallyActive

Cyber Bullying: The Psychology Behind It - SociallyActive | Cyber bully consumes online identity | Scoop.it
Who is behind cyber bullying? What are the motivations are for participating in this cruel trend many teens either engage in or find themselves victimized by.

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This article asks some very important questions about cyber bullying. Reflects on the cape of invisibilty the bully hides behind, and talks about the rights of bullies. Why do cyber bullies believe they can get away with online abuse?

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Cyberbullying: How anonymous attacks changed me for ever - The Independent

Cyberbullying: How anonymous attacks changed me for ever - The Independent | Cyber bully consumes online identity | Scoop.it
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Cyberbullying: How anonymous attacks changed me for ever
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“It followed me everywhere.
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A sad story of Ellie, a victim of cyber bullying. She reflects on the personal attacks made my anonymous attackers. How that period of her life has stayed with her.

Answers the question of why victims don't just turn the screen off.

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Phoebe Prince, 15 May Have Committed Suicide Because of Cyber Bullying

Phoebe Prince, 15  May Have Committed Suicide Because of Cyber Bullying | Cyber bully consumes online identity | Scoop.it
Investigators are trying to determine if the suicide of a 15 year old teen girl, Phoebe Prince from Massachusetts may have been the result of cyber bullying.
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This talks of the suicide of a teenage girl, Phoebe Prince. The story reflects on cyber bullying beginning with unwelcome posts, and developing into cyber mobbing.

 

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