Category Archives: Cyber Bullying

Warnings about TV shows, a box to submit complaints: Schools struggle to keep pace


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Warnings about TV shows, a box to submit complaints: Schools struggle to keep pace


 cyber bullying, social media, effects of social media on school kids, schools in Delhi, Delhi news, Indian Express news cyber bullying, social media, effects of social media on school kids, schools in Delhi, Delhi news, Indian Express news Illustration: C R Sasikumar

Once bullied, David Johnson now touts anti-bullying campaign

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GLENDALE, Ariz. — David Johnson feels that there is one way in particular that he can help change the world. It’s with the Golden Rule: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

Johnson would know. While the Arizona Cardinals’ star running back was in elementary school in Clinton, Iowa, there was an older boy who lived in his neighborhood and went to a different school, and that boy bullied Johnson for years. Johnson kept it to himself instead of telling his family. That’s just the type of person Johnson says he is. He’d rather stay quiet

Read more at: http://www.espn.com/blog/nfcwest/post/_/id/126984/once-bullied-david-johnson-now-touts-anti-bullying-campaigns

Oh No: Fans Robbed Ethan & Grayson Dolan at the Beach, But the Cyber-Bullying They’re Dealing With Is Just Awful – J

We all know what it’s like to be totally head over heels in love with our favorite celebs, but there’s a fine line between stanning someone and overstepping their privacy. Well, Grayson Dolan and Ethan Dolan found themselves victims of theft at the beach after two girls decided to snag their shirts. The fans did not at all seem to have malicious intentions in mind, but it is safe to say stealing the twins’ clothing was 100% wrong on every level.

It appears as though the two girls were driving down the street when they spotted the Dolan Twins walking to the beach. Like anyone would, the two completely fangirled out on Snapchat before preparing to approach the twins for a photo. Given the fact that Ethan and Grayson are oh so appreciative to their fans, the boys smiled for a photo with the girls. But the fans didn’t

Read more at: http://www.j-14.com/posts/dolan-twins-fans-steal-shirts-139608

Dozens Take Anti-Cyber Bullying Pledge at City Hall

By Pilar Arias

Dozens took the anti-cyberbullying pledge on the steps of City Hall Wednesday, just two weeks before David’s Law is set to go into effect.

“The David’s Law pledge, although intended for youth, allows folks to take ownership of their online identities by promising that they will not cause harm to others through bullying, especially through their digital devices,” David Molak’s mother, Maurine, said during a press conference.

David’s Legacy Foundation revealed a sticker in hopes people will put it on their digital devices to remind them not to use it as a weapon for bullying.

Anti-bullying advocate Kara Weld shared her own personal experience with bullying.

“This cyberbully used vile and hateful language to attack me and the cyberbully frequently urged me to kill myself. I endured this online harassment for seven long months and the laws at the time did

Read more at: http://www.ktsa.com/dozens-take-anti-cyber-bullying-pledge-city-hall/

Dozens Take Anti-Cyber Bullying Pledge at City Hall – KTSA

By Pilar Arias

Dozens took the anti-cyberbullying pledge on the steps of City Hall Wednesday, just two weeks before David’s Law is set to go into effect.

“The David’s Law pledge, although intended for youth, allows folks to take ownership of their online identities by promising that they will not cause harm to others through bullying, especially through their digital devices,” David Molak’s mother, Maurine, said during a press conference.

David’s Legacy Foundation revealed a sticker in hopes people will put it on their digital devices to remind them not to use it as a weapon for bullying.

Anti-bullying advocate Kara Weld shared her own personal experience with bullying.

“This cyberbully used vile and hateful language to attack me and the cyberbully frequently urged me to kill myself. I endured this online harassment for seven long months and the laws at the time did

Read more at: http://www.ktsa.com/dozens-take-anti-cyber-bullying-pledge-city-hall/

Be a nosy parent and help protect your kids from cyberbullying

As school starts, it is a good time to start talking to your kids about cyberbulling and teaching them rules to prevent them from becoming victims.

Here’s what they need to know:

▪ Never give out personal information online, whether in instant message profiles, chat rooms, blogs or personal websites.

▪ Never tell anyone but your parents your password — not even friends.

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Read more at: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/crime/article167547382.html

Reducing back to school stress

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — With all the excitement the new school year brings, it also brings stress and anxiety for everyone including parents and kids.

Doctor Patty Ann Tublin stopped by our station to share 3 easy tips to reduce the stress.

1. Ease kids back into a new sleep routine – making sure it is age appropriate.

  • Young children: ages 5-8 or 1- 3rd grade. The younger the child, the sooner the new sleep routine needs to start. For example, with young children, ages 5-8 – approximately 5-7 days before the first day of school – begin the new sleep schedule. Put the kids to bed wake them up at the time that will mirror their school week.
  • Children ages 9-12/ 4-7th grade. These children can begin their new sleep routine approximately 4-5 days before the start of school.
  • Teenagers – High School. Teenagers should begin their new sleep routine 1-3

    Read more at: http://wtnh.com/2017/08/15/reducing-back-to-school-stress/

Sarahah Needs To Stop Before Someone Seriously Falls Victim To Its Cyber-Bullying

“Leave a constructive message.” #Sarahah.

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Sounds eerily familiar, right? We are sure your feed must be flooding with posts (and so are your DMs).

Right now, the social media is divided into two sections: people who are going all ‘Sarahah, Sarahah’ and people who are avoiding it or at least trying their level best to avoid seeing those sea green-white templates showing up on the social feed. Which one do you belong to?

Those of you who have absolutely no effin’ clue as to what I am talking about, then let me quickly fill you in. Sarahah, the raging app, is the latest social media fad that lets you leave an anonymous message to someone, personally. Yes, the key here

Read more at: http://www.storypick.com/sarahah-cyber-bullying/