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cyber-bullying by nancy How to identify it...

Cyber-bullying is bullying which can take place on a tablet,smart phone, computer and games console.

These are the different types of cyber-bullying

HARASSMENT

When someone continually THREATENS the person. This can become a continual loop.

FLAMING

This type of bullying is similar to harassment, except this is more of a harsh type so it can be more effective at hurting people.

EXCLUSION

This is when you continually leave someone out of anything in order to make them feel invisible-this is what the bully does!

OUTING

This is when the bully will knowingly and deliberately share information about the person, which the person doesn't want to be shared. This is with the aim of embarrassing the person and shaming them.

MASQUERADING

This is when the bully creates a fake identity to trick the person to fall for it and share information. This can be extremely hurtful and worrying for the victim.

the most horrific part of cyber-bullying

It is an extremely dangerous way of making someone feel upset as cyber bullying can go viral very quickly!

What to do.

  • Tell a trusted adult.
  • Don't react.
  • Don't reply.
  • Block the person.

Cyber-bullying is not against the law but harassment or threatening behaviour is!

Sometimes the bully tries to embarrass, upset, pick on or intimidate their target.

THE REaSON WHY THEY DO IT ON THE INTERNET.

The reason why it's on the internet is because the bully feels less scared and safer. There is no one to tell them off for doing bad things, right at the moment they type it.

WHAT WILL HAPPEN?

If this is successful the target most probably will feel more distant from what they are doing.

LAST WORDS:

You can always get support from your trusted adult. So you should always tell someone if your getting bullied.

Stop Bullying and think twice before you type!

Credits:

by Nancy in Year 5

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