Cyber Bullying - Cyber bully - When someone is tormented,...

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Cyber bully - When someone is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated, embarrassed or targeted by another person using the Internet, mobile phone, or other type of digital technology. Top ten list of what to do if cyber bullied Tell an adult that you know and trust. Keep the messages that the cyber bullies sent as evidence against them. Delete your current email account or cell phone account and set up a new one. Block the cyber bullies from interacting with you in any way. Stand up for yourself and tell the cyber bullies that cyber bullying is illegal and you will do something if they don’t stop. If the website has a report abuse button, report it. Report it to the police because Cyber bullying is illegal and the police may be able to help. Do not share passwords or personal information with anyone, cyber bullies may use that information to harm you even more. Do not reply to messages from cyber bullies. Do not ignore the cyber bullies, otherwise they will never stop and keep harming
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2010 for the course SCT 15102 taught by Professor Mills during the Spring '10 term at Eastern Michigan University.

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