Presentation on theme: "Cyber Bullying Kristina 5VN. What is Cyber Bullying? Cyber Bullying is when a form of bullying, which is carried out through an internet service such."— Presentation transcript:
What is Cyber Bullying? Cyber Bullying is when a form of bullying, which is carried out through an internet service such as email, chat room, or other networks. It can also include bullying through mobile phone technologies such as SMS. Here are just some ways that people are getting Cyber Bullied: Teasing and being made fun of, Spreading of rumours online, Sending unwanted messages to any peoples email they find!
What would you do if you are being cyber bullied 1. Keep a record of the time and date of this. This may help you or the police to find out who is sending the messages. 2. Tell someone. Talk to someone you trust, a parent, friend, or your school teacher. 3. If messages are threatening you get in touch with the police. Cyber-bullying, is illegal!!! 4. Don't reply to bullying messages. It'll only get worse if you do. By replying the bully gets what he or she wants. Usually if you don’t reply the messages they will eventually leave you alone. 5. You should make a new email address and contact details so they don’t reach your contacts details. 6. Keep your username and passwords secret. Keep all personal details like user name or password to your self!
How can you stop Cyber Bullies? You can stop Cyber Bullies by telling your school teacher to solve the problem. Telling your parents can help a lot! Make sure your change all your details that the person has got. Never show your personal details to people you don’t know, or someone you just met recently.
2 Cyber Bullying websites that helped most are: www.askkids.com.au and www.google.com.au