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What's the best way to handle cyberbullying?


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itsmartie September 28, 2010

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i would try and explain to my kid its just text doesnt mean anything however having said that i have found this great website that has a few articles on it http://www.lamphouse.org.uk opened my eyes abit


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jenmom September 2, 2010

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Speak to the other child's parents, if necessary. Educate your child on how to avoid and unfriend negative social circles online. Also, teach your child how to maintain their privacy online.


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Jez101 August 15, 2010

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Go to the nearest trusted adult and talk. Have that person block the website, person, or persons from your cantact. If you are scared of that person cantacting you,have an adult supervise you while you are using the comp online.


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bariherman76 August 11, 2010

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I think the kids need to be monitored when they are on the comp the comp we have is in the tv room so we are always around


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smartgirl5 August 7, 2010

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Ignore them. If they keep saying stuff to youu like on facebook or aim, delete them. If its really bad tell a parent or the police. If its something to do with school don't be scared to go to school. There clearly saying it online for a reason


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kkinik August 5, 2010

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If another student is responsible, let the school know what's going on. Or consider reporting the incident to the webstie, ISP, or cell phone service provider. Get more tips here: http://tinyurl.com/2cy9mo4


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MDO804 August 4, 2010

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monitor what your child is doing on the internet at all times!! set a pswd on computer that they have to ask, then u can ask...what website..etc. just to be informed


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cultureclub July 29, 2010

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I agree that kids should be instructed to let adults handle the situation. That being said, kids, especially teens are so impulsive. What do you do if the problem escalates?


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tjlove July 29, 2010

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As a community manager I have been harassed and the worst thing you can do is engage. I think this goes for cyber bullying too. Children should be instructed to alert an adult right away and to never engage with a cyber bully.


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mamabelle July 29, 2010

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The problem should be addressed with the school and the parents of the suspected bullies. But most importantly parents should be aware of what their children are doing online.




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