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How to Protect Yourself from Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying is the use of communication technologies to support deliberate, repeated, and hostile behavior that is intended to harm others.  Cyberbullying is like bullying, but takes place on internet social networks or by email or text message.  The barrier provided by electronic communications can make bullying more intense.  It can be easier to say something online than directly to a person.  Cyberbullying may seem harmless, but it can be very painful for the person targeted. 

Why Speak Out?
The presence cyberbullying can cause physical and emotional harm to students.  You deserve a school environment that is free from coercion and threats where you can focus on education and developing the skills you need to meet your goals in life.

Cyberbullying can cause serious physical and emotional harm.  The targets of cyberbullying may be afraid to report it.  Those responsible for bullying need to be stopped before they pick new targets.

What to do?
If you know about someone being cyberbullied, tell an adult you trust or contact Students Speaking Out.

Your voice can make a difference by creating an environment free from intimidation and threats where people can be who they are.

* Don't pass on cyberbullying messages
* Tell friends to stop cyberbullying
* Block communication with cyberbullies
* Report cyberbullying to a trusted adult

Online Safety Tips

* Never post personal information online
* Never share your Internet passwords with anyone, except your parents
* Never meet anyone face-to-face whom you only know online

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