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Monica Lewinsky Discusses the Implications of Public Shaming

Published on June 16, 2016

Has cyberbullying become a norm in society? In her most recent TED talk – The Prince of Shame – Monica Lewinsky discusses her experiences with public shaming in the eyes of the media, referring to public shaming as a “blood sport”, that publicly and brutally humiliates people in seconds.  Socially acceptable public shaming is not only impactful on an individual level, but also allows for the widespread belief that cyber bullying is socially tolerant. Perhaps most of the time people do not consider their words as bullying because of how normalized it … Continue reading

Company Adds Cyberbullying Coverage to Policy

Published on April 5, 2016
Cyberbullying Coverage Added

One company truly understands the reality of the risk of cyberbullying. Chubb Personal Risk Services has added cyberbullying to its U.S. Masterpiece Family Protection policy, according to Chubb’s website news. This is a wise move for the company but also for persons and families who own even one digital device. Chubb commits to covering of up to $60,000 in compensation for harassment and intimidation directed through computers and/or mobile devices. The compensation is provided for purposes of recovering financial loss and healing emotional turmoil. So far, cyberbullying coverage is available … Continue reading

Cyberbullying Around the World

Published on March 25, 2016
Cyberbullying Around the World

If you think cyberbullying isn’t a worldwide problem, think again. Cyberbullying isn’t a problem limited to specific countries. In fact, there are some countries you wouldn’t expect to have so many victims of this form of bullying. These statistics from PureSight.com show that, actually, India and Indonesia are the top two countries in which parents acknowledge that they have a child who has been a victim of cyberbullying. The United States is further down the list, and Italy has the lowest percentage on the list, coming in at 3%. End … Continue reading

Cyberbullied Teen Called “Fat Whale” Saves the Whales

Published on March 15, 2016
Cyberbullied Teen Saves the Whales

A cyberbullied teen from Texas is making the news this week! Dannie McMillan’s bully, who is her high school classmate, went as far as making a whole Twitter account with the sole intent of making fun of Dee (as Dannie is called) on social media. The cyberbully hurtfully called Dee a “fat whale” on Twitter. Dee used what was meant for bad and turned it to good. She reached out to plus-size model Laura Lee about this issue and came up with the idea to create a t-shirt that supports … Continue reading

New Proposed Cyberbullying Law in New York

Published on March 5, 2016
New Cyberbullying Law New York

In Ulster County, NY, cyberbullying is being taken seriously. On Tuesday, January 9, 2016, a new local law was proposed in Ulster County, NY to protect against cyberbullying, the act of intentionally inflicting emotional harm via technology. The new law, not yet enacted, proposed by Ulster County Executive Mike Hein would charge cyberbullies found guilty with a misdemeanor, up to a $1,000 fine, and/or time in jail. The view of supporters is that it could help in protecting against the dangers of cyberbullying, which have led and continue to sometimes … Continue reading

Cyberbullying Knows No Stereotypes

Published on February 29, 2016
Cyberbullying Knows No Stereotypes

When people think of cyberbullying, they often think of tweens or teens sitting at the computer being tossed rude remarks. However, cyberbullying is not only limited to young people. Many individuals, young and old, no matter how attractive or popular, are being cyberbullied. 30-year-old ‘Bachelorette’ star Kaitlyn Bristowe has been cyberbullied to the point of receiving death threats. Bullies type hurtful comments just because they disagree with or wish to demean her. Reading the hateful comments is disheartening to say the least. End to Cyberbullying makes an effort to bring … Continue reading

Protect Your Kids from Cyberbullying

Published on February 15, 2016

1 in 3 kids say they have been a victim of cyberbullying. That is a staggering statistic. If that 1 in 3 is not your child already, likely, it could be your child at some point. Unfortunately, children will not always feel able to voice their hurt to their parents for many reasons. Anonymity plays a large factor in kids getting online with virtually no consequences and typing anything they wish, even if it hurts others. The destruction that cyberbullying produces cannot be undone. It engulfs children with emotional damage, wreaking … Continue reading

Students with Influence Over Peers Reduce School Bullying by 30 Percent – End Cyberbullying

Published on January 7, 2016

“Students with Influence Over Peers Reduce School Bullying by 30 Percent” Why change the method of bullying prevention? Students who have social influence over their peers have far greater impact on spreading the message of bullying prevention than that of their teachers and administrators. Who are “social influencers” in schools? Not necessarily the most popular students in school Students who are positive Students who are willing to stand up for what is right Students who are anti-conflict Students who exhibit leadership in their social circles Why students encouraging anti-conflict works: … Continue reading

Protecting Kids

Published on June 29, 2015

What Is Cyberbullying? Cyberbullying is like playground bullying, but it’s done either online or with cell phones. It can take the form of individual harassment, public humiliation, or both. The viral nature of online life and cell phones makes sending humiliating or degrading messages, pictures, or videos simple and immediate. And anonymous. Screen names easily disguise bullies’ identities. Sometimes they can even pretend to be the victims, posting comments that look like the victims wrote them. Other times, the cyberbullying can take the form of direct threats — either physical … Continue reading

Young people think friends are more at risk

Published on May 27, 2015

Young people are aware of the risks of cyberbullying but perceive others as being more at risk than themselves. Young women are more vulnerable to this perception than young men. This is the finding of a study by Dr Lucy Betts and Sondos Metwally from Nottingham Trent University (NTU) that will be presented as part of the poster presentation session at the British Psychological Society’s Annual Conference next week (Thursday 7 May 2015) hosted in Liverpool. A survey, designed to measure how vulnerable young people felt to cyberbullying and how vulnerable they felt compared … Continue reading