Cyber Bullying, Mrs.Benson 1st period, 1/9/14
Cyber Bullying is bullying that happens on cyber space by using electronic technology, such as cell phones, I pods, computers, and tablets as well as social media sites, text messages, chat, and websites.
The consequences of a cyber bully are time in a juvenile facility and in jail and knowing that caused self harm or suicide to another person, and the consequences of a victim are depression, causes of self harm, and even suicide.
A victim can report the bully to a trust-able adult, record the time and days he or she has been bullied, and do not respond because it will make it worse. A witness can report what has happened to a trusted adult.
One third of all kids have been cyber bullied.
10 to 20 percent of these youth experience it on a daily basis.
The main place kids get bullied is in an online chat room by another kid.