Subject - Online bullying

"Online bullying is when someone repeatedly and intentionally harasses, assaults, or makes fun of another person, whether online or while using cell phones or other electronic devices."

METHODS

Cyberbullying or digital bullying is bullying on the internet or via a mobile phone. This behavior occurs between children and teenagers at home and at school as well as between adults and colleagues at work. Someone can cyberbully in several ways. It concerns offensive or threatening texts, for example via chat programs or social media. Offensive photos, videos or personal information of the victim on the Internet can also be used to post them on social networking sites (cyberbaiting). Then there is cyberstalking, where one or more perpetrators deliberately continues to harass a victim.

Doxing is the collection and possibly publication of (personal) data of an individual, often with the intention of advancing the "victim".

Cyberbaiting is a recent trend of students provoking their teachers and posting mobile phone recordings of extreme reactions online to embarrass the teachers. This can even escalate to teachers losing their jobs.

Cyberstalking is the use of the Internet or other electronic means to stalk or harass an individual, group, or organization. It may include false accusations, defamation, slander and libel. It may also include monitoring, identity theft, threats, vandalism, solicitation for sex, or gathering information that may be used to threaten, embarrass or harass.

-Wikipedia-

SOURCES

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VOORLICHTING OVER ONLINE PESTEN - FILM (Dutch)


"RESPONDING TO HATE RESPONSES AND REPORTING?" Is an educational film for young people about how to respond to hate reactions on social media and what to do about it. The film was promoted on a police information page about online bullying 'Ask the Police

WHAT IS BULLYING - ADVISE FOR PARENTS

Cyberbullying happens online and follows children 24/7 unlike traditional forms of bullying. It can affect a child's well being and mental health and in some extreme cases can cause the child to take their own life.

JONGEREN VERTELLEN HUN ERVARING MET ONLINE PESTEN - FILM


"Young people share their experiences with cyberbullying". is an initiative of Pestweb: Information, tips and advice for bullying at school.

STATISTICS

Statistics online bullying Statistics online bullying

CONSCIOUSNESS AND RESILIENCE

WHAT TO DO IF YOU HAVE BEEN BULLYED ONLINE

  • Do not respond to emails, messages or videos
  • Save all emails, messages or videos.
  • Save them or take screenshots / photos from them. It can serve as evidence Declare? Then look at vraaghetdepolitie.nl
  • Block the person who is bothering you
  • Are the videos or messages on a website? Approach the owner and ask to have the material removed (first take photos as evidence)

SOURCES RESILIENCE

Online bullying is a subject in the Digital Rights Expo.

The Digital Rights House initiative aims to create awareness for the need of a better foundation of our 'digital rights' in today's society, which all individuals can rely on when active online.