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  2. Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place over digital devices like cell phones, computers, and tablets. Cyberbullying can occur through SMS, Text, and apps, or online in social media, forums, or gaming where people can view, participate in, or share content.
  3. Cyberbullying includes sending, posting, or sharing negative, harmful, false, or mean content about someone else. It can include sharing personal or private information about someone else causing embarrassment or humiliation. Some cyberbullying crosses the line into unlawful or criminal behavior.
  4. The most common places where cyberbullying occurs are:
  5. Social Media, such as Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, andTwitter
  6. SMS (Short Message Service) also known asText Message sent through devices
  7. Instant Message (via devices, email provider services, apps, and social media messaging features)
  8. Cyberbullying has unique concerns in that it can be:
  9. Persistent Digital devices offer an ability to immediately and continuously communicate 24 hours a day, so it can be difficult for children experiencing cyberbullying to find relief.
  10. Permanent Most information communicated electronically is permanent and public, if not reported and removed. A negative online reputation, including for those who bully, can impact college admissions, employment, and other areas of life.
  11. Hard to Notice Because teachers and parents may not overhear or see cyberbullying taking place, it is harder to recognize.
  12. 10 Forms of Cyberbullying
  13. 1. Exclusion -is the deliberate act of leaving you out. -is the deliberate act of leaving someone out.
  14. 2. Harassment Harassment is a sustained, constant and intentional form of bullying comprising abusive or threatening messages sent to your child or to a group.
  15. 3. Outing Outing is a deliberate act to embarrass or publicly humiliate your child or a group through the online posting of sensitive, private or embarrassing information without their consent.
  16. 4. Cyberstalking This form of cyberbullying can extend to the cyberbully making real threats to your child’s physical wellbeing and/or safety.
  17. 5. Fraping Fraping is when somebody logs into your social networking account and impersonates your child by posting inappropriate content in their name.
  18. 7. Dissing Dissing is the act of sending or posting cruel information about your child online, to damage their reputation or friendships with others.
  19. 6. Fake Profiles Fake profiles can be created in order for a person to hide their real identity with the intention of cyberbullying your child.
  20. 8. Trickery Trickery is the act of gaining your child’s trust so that they reveal secrets or embarrassing information that the cyberbully then shares publicly online.
  21. 9. Trolling Tolling is the deliberate act of provoking a response through the use of insults or bad language on online forums and social networking sites.
  22. 10. Catfishing Catfishing is when another person steals your child’s online identity, usually photos, and re- creates social networking profiles for deceptive purposes.
  24. defined as any online-related, compulsive behavior which interferes with normal living and causes severe stress on family, friends, loved ones, and one's work environment. Internet addiction has been called Internet dependency and Internet compulsivity.
  25. Depression Dishonesty Feelings of guilt Anxiety Inability to Prioritize or Keep Schedules Isolation No Sense of Time Defensiveness Avoidance of Work Agitation Mood Swings Fear Loneliness Boredom with Routine Tasks Signs and symptoms of Internet Addiction Disorder
  26. What are the Treatment Options? The first step in treatment is the recognition that a problem exists. If you do not believe you have a problem, you are not likely to seek treatment.
  27. One of the overarching problems with the Internet is that there is often no accountability and no limits. You are hidden behind a screen – and some things that you may say or do online are things you would never do in person.