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Cyber bullying is the use of Internet e-mail, instant messaging, chat rooms, pagers, cell phones, or other forms of information technology to deliberately and repeatedly hurt, taunt, ridicule, threaten or intimidate someone.


  • Did you know - Proactive informed parents are the best cyber bullying deterrent .



  • Did you know - Cyber bullying incidents have more than quadrupled.




Less than 20 percent tell their parents that they have been cyber bullied out of fear of loosing Internet access. "For a teenager, internet access is nearly as important as oxygen."

It’s a cycle. More than half of students who experience cyber bullying behaviors also display cyber bullying behaviors. Teens tend to respond and escalate.Cyber bullies sometimes leave their “electronic fingerprints” behind.

Electronic messages such as IM’s and emails leave "fingerprints" -- nine-digit numbers recorded with your ISP (Internet Service Provider). The bully may be breaking the ISP terms of use, and a parental email to abuse@ the internet service provider's name ( could cause the site owner or the email provider to take action. Save bullying emails and the email header so the site's owner knows which account holder is "behaving badly."

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  • Contract: Internet  Behavior Contract - Positive character agreement parents and students
  • Glossary - Internet, TXT terms
  • Cyber Bully Tracker - finding the bully website location
  • Global Cyber Bully In The News
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  • Cyber Internet Bullying Survival Guide: Video Guide

Glossary Definitions: Cyber Bullying Internet Communication

Bash Board: An online bulletin board on which individuals may post anything they want. The content tends to be malicious, ridiculing, hateful statements directed against another person.

Blog: Interactive web journal or diary (web log) viewable to general audience or specific groups.

Buddy List: Collection of real names, screen names, or handles which represent “friends” or buddies within an instant message, chat program, or cell phone.

Cyberbullying: Cyberbullying is the use of e-mail, instant messaging, chat rooms, pagers, cell phones, or other forms of information technology to deliberately & repeatedly, harass, taunt, ridicule, threaten, or intimidate someone.

Cyber Bullying Victim: The one who is on the receiving end of online social cruelty.

Cyberstalking: Harassment that includes threats of harm or is highly intimidating and intruding upon one’s personal privacy.

Cyberthreats: Online material that either generally or specifically raises concerns that the creator may intent to inflict harm or violence to self or others.

IM/Instant Messaging: The act of instantly communicating between two or more people over a network such as the Internet.

Flaming (via email text etc.): Sending rude, crude, angry or obscene messages directed at a person or persons either privately or to an online group.

Happy Slapping: Extreme form of bullying where physical assaults are recorded on mobile phones and distributed to others. Sometimes they are posted on social networking sites or blogs.

Harassment: Unsolicited words or actions intended to annoy, alarm or abuse another individual.

ISP: Internet Service Provider, the company that provides an Internet connection to individuals or companies.

Offender: The one who instigates online social cruelty.

Social Networking web sites: Online service that bring together people by organizing them around a common interest or by providing an interactive environment of photos, blogs, user profiles, and messaging systems. Examples include Facebook, Twitter and MySpace.

Spam: Unsolicited electronic mail sent from someone you do not know.

Trolling: Deliberately posting false information to entice a genuinely helpful people to respond and contribute to the discussion.

URL: Universal record locator: a string of text that specifies the location of an object accessible through the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), typically a World Wide Web address, as of a home page or iplay channel. A Web URL begins with "http://". Differs from a domain name in the sense that the domain name is a part of a URL and corresponds with IP addresses to form a URL.

The security concerns have spawned an industry of touted “software solutions.” At best software tools are reinforcements for your personal child safety campaign.

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