Coordinators:

Giulia Mola

Serena Trovato

Evaline Robinson

Alice Salfi

Giulio Tuttolomondo

 

Cyberbullying is a overbearing to a person but made in a virtual way like: heavy messages, videos, browsers, photos taken and sent to a boyfriend who then edits and posts on the internet, social, etc ...
Today, 34% of cyber bullying is online, in chat. While presenting in a different form, even on the internet is bullying: circling unpleasant photos or sending mail containing offensive material can be a psychological damage

Bullying is a form of overbearing against a person, which can be applied in different forms such as: raising hands and feet, insulting, offensive words, heavy jokes.
It may also be a form of violent and intentional social behavior, both physical and psychological, oppressive and reckless, repeated over time and implemented against persons considered by the person who perpetrates the act in question as easy targets and / or unable to defend themselves.

On September 20, I and my classmates experimented the webinar: it is a system where we can talk to people who are somewhere else and in our case we shared this experience with the postal police in his office in Genova and exposed a power point talking about cyberbullying, just the topic which was the site that I worked during my summer vacation. The webinar has broadcast us some useful information for all of us that the web is full of dangers, all of them can create fake profiles contacting minors pretending to be kind and friendly with everyone. They can contact us in various ways, for example, through: FaceBook, Tinder, Twitter, WhatsApp, sometimes through games such as Clash Royale, Clash of Clans, Minecraft, Terraria or League Of Legends, and finally the alternative to Skype or TeamSpeak Discord.

To avoid serious problems, it would be better not to respond to messages from strangers or invitations to anonymous groups, but always look at their profile! In fact, "fake" or "false" does not have content in the profile, so it will be easier to avoid being deceived by these people. Another way is to ask someone bigger who can help us or avoid sending personal pictures to nobody especially to strangers rather than just taking them. He also talked about the problems that may happen if we publish some photos or videos of a class mate on the internet we must as them befor posting it, to avoid problems than can be very serious. We discussed the crimes committed by minors. Many guys think they can do what they want because they can not be punished, but the postal police have told us that there is a law so that all teenagers who have a crime will have a punishment when they are 18 years old. Finally, we asked questions about what was presented to us, some people did not have time to formulate questions because of the lack of time so they created a page on Google Drive where we all had the opportunity to write questions. I liked to study and create this site  because it can be very useful to everyone to discover problems that happen in the world so everyone can prevent when it will happen in the future.

 

IF YOU ARE VICTIM OF CYBERBULLYING, WHAT CAN YOU DO?

  • Do not respond to sms, mms, email, or post molars or offensive in your social network profiles.

  • Save the messages you receive by taking note of the day and time they arrive.

  • If sms, mms, email, or posts in your social networking profiles annoy you, block the person you sent them (to see how to block them, see the privacy section in your mailbox or in your profile).

  • If you find content that depending on where you receive threats, change your nickname, cell phone number, or email address.

  • If something online happens to bother you (or hurt your friend), talk to an adult you trust.

  • In case of threats or suggestions that annoy you, speak immediately with the adults you trust.

 
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