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1. CYBER-BULLYING & PRIVACY Cyberbullying can take place on social media sites such as Facebook, Myspace, and Twitter.One million children were harassed, threatened or subjected to other forms of cyberbullying on Facebook during the past year. Recent Studies showed : 90% - ignored mean behavior on social media. According to a 2013 Pew Research study, eight out of 10 teens who use social media share more information about themselves than they have in the past. This includes location, images, and contact information.

2. How they compliment each other? Cyber-bullying, somehow related to the privacy concept. If we consider the case where a person make their post available to the world i.e anyone can see it, he/she is more likely to be captured in the hook. On the contrary if he being private, there are very less chance of facing such problem. In this way they compliment each other.

3. RELATION BETWEEN PRIVACY CYBER-BULLYING TEENS GETTING MORE INVOLVED IN THE SOCIAL TRAP: Number of users and number of hours spent on internet is increasing at unstoppable rate.From the past recent survey it can be concluded that these users involve large portion of youngsters. More the people on the social target,more of them will get stuck in the trap by cyber criminal. This is like the fish getting trapped in the net. HOW THIS IS INVOLVED IN CYBER-BULLYING: These youngsters have no idea of what they are doing and how this could affect them and that too how badly. Giving the personal information openly made it easy for other people bully them in many ways. If the user made his/her post private, this mean the user have very less chance of getting trapped and he is being saved but if he do the opposite, his post will be visible to whole world, which can be risky for him.Personal information can include the phone number or maybe bullied can also be done by doing disrespectful comments on the public post

4. MUST WATCH Was going through the topic,Cyber-Bullying and i Found this video. This actually made me cry. This is short movie of a girl who is being bullied by some unknown just because she is fat and ugly. He made her realise this thing again again which force that girl to take some wrong step. This show the negative side of talking to some wierd person.

5. How they are opposite ? It is not necessary that bullying can be experienced on the social world. In some cases it doesn't depend upon the privacy at all. It can be done through normal text or maybe the other guy got your information from the stuff you made private by some tricks. So if you think you are safe by making yourself private your are completely wrong.


7. INTRODUCTION For this discussion, i decided to make fall the lime light on the two burning issues, Cyber bullying and privacy from this module. As far as i am concerned these topics are worth of attention and highly important to the world. The reason for this is that, this world is turning into social world at very high pace. And as the part of the social world the only risk we can or will face is the problem of privacy. Not only privacy but also the consequences of lack of privacy that is Cyber bullying which mean to be threaten or harassing through Information network which resulted in serious matter.

8. ONLINE PRIVACY Online privacy involves the right or mandate of personal privacy concerning the storing, re purposing, provision to third parties, and displaying of information pertaining to oneself via the Internet. Internet privacy is a subset of data privacy. (Wikipedia) One person cannot decide for another what his or her sense of privacy should be

9. CYBER BULLYING Cyber-bullying is the act of harming or harassing via information technology networks in a repeated and deliberate manner. According to U.S. Legal Definitions, "cyber-bullying could be limited to posting rumours or gossips about a person in the internet bringing about hatred in other’s minds; or it may go to the extent of personally identifying victims and publishing materials severely defaming and humiliating them. ( U.S. Legal Definitions.)