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Online world around me


Think twice

Posted by Catalina Vlad on 24. 01. 2011 21:05  •   •  Comments (0)  • 

Once upon a time it was a boy named Joel. He was just in the 4th grade when he decided to create a Facebook account without thinking that he wouldn't need one. He didn't know that it could mean to have such thing and he had put all his personal information including his phone number. This action coasted him a lot, because after a while his phone rang and the person who called him said that ''I know who you are and I'm going to find you to have a talk about what you have done. Fortunately the person who called Joel was his dad, just to show him what a huge mistake had done, writing all his information on the internet. Save God that nothing bad happened. How many cyber-bullyings are happening in this world i'm not surprised. Nowadays Joel is 14 and he understands how many problems can causes just a simple click on the internet and now, he knows how to avoid this problem :)

Romania by UNESCO

Posted by Milan Hausner on 19. 01. 2011 07:41  •   •  Comments (0)  • 

There are various pictures about  Romanian UNESCO heritage. Please enjoy.

 

Why do kids cyberbully each other?

Posted by Vlad Radulescu on 09. 01. 2011 15:27  •   •  Comments (0)  • 

 Who knows why kids do cyberbullying? I think they cyberbully people because they are often motivated  by anger, revenge or frustation.

 Sometimes they do it just for fun or because they're bored and have too much time on their hands and too many tech toys available for them. Some do it by accident, and either send a message to the wrong recipient or didn't think before they did something.  Because their different motives, the solutions and responses to each type of cyberbulying incident has ti differ too. Unfortunately, there is no "one size fits all" when cyberbullying is concerned.  

 

Cool website against cyberbullying

Posted by Milan Hausner on 01. 01. 2011 17:08  •   •  Comments (0)  • 

 I have just found cool web against CB.

Check it :

Cyberbullies Australia

Cyberbullying

Posted by Barbora Šochmanová on 24. 11. 2010 11:39  •   •  Comments (0)  • 

Cyberbullying  is a type of bullying, which uses electronic devices such as mobile phones, e-mail, pagers, Internet blogs and the like. Many of its manifestations may fall into the crime of cyberbullying. Its most common symptoms are sending harassing, offensive or aggressive emails and SMS messages, creating websites and blogs and being not honest with others, cyberbullying is a modern way to do the more traditional form of normal bullying, such as recording a scene on mobile phone and then distributing it over the Internet. The last variant of bullying can be extremely dangerous - especially if they combine it with a very humiliating situation. It can have a degrading effect on a huge number of people. It greatly increases the suffering and trauma for the victims, which can be extremely harmful to them.

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