Cyberbullying

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Cyberbullying by Mind Map: Cyberbullying

1. Netiquette

1.1. username

1.1.1. think ahead

1.2. spamming is not cool

1.3. Laugh at it - you're part of it

2. Keep Safe Online

2.1. password - toothbrush

2.2. evidence

2.3. photos - permission - happy parents-avatars

2.4. friends - think if they really are

2.5. what info you give

3. Don't Worry Be Happy

3.1. send 10 happy msns/comments

3.2. respect

3.3. help others

4. Who you gonna call?

4.1. friend

4.2. teacher/adult

4.3. mobile provider

4.4. website provider

4.5. Childline 0800 1111 www.childline.org.uk

4.6. 'Report Abuse' button

4.7. student council

4.8. anonymously

5. Action Plan

5.1. don't reply

5.2. block

5.3. report

5.4. leave chatroom

5.5. change contact details

6. What's so different about Cyberbullying?

6.1. audience grows quickly

6.2. any time any place

6.3. bully anonymous

6.4. cross generation

6.5. sometimes unintentional

7. Law

7.1. Education and Inspections Act 2006

7.1.1. School policy

7.1.2. Acceptable User Policy

7.2. Police - laws - menacing and threatening communications e.g. Harassment Act 1997

8. Technologies

8.1. mobiles

8.1.1. keep in touch/ phone call/ text/music/photo/video

8.1.2. nasty call/text humiliating photo/video

8.2. MSN

8.2.1. text/voice chat live

8.2.2. nasty message/ highjack account

8.3. chatroom

8.3.1. nasty messages/anonymous/groups get nasty quickly/ false identities

8.3.2. groups/meet new friends/become confident

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