3. We all have been acquainted with one of the
greatest inventions of mankind, the Internet.
The Internet is an astounding place.
It contains information about every topic the human brain can
The amount of data it holds is leagues beyond the imagination of the
6. • 20% of kids cyberbullied think about suicide, and
1 in 10 attempt it.
• 42% of teenagers with tech access report being
cyberbullied over the past year.
• Over 25 percent of adolescents and teens have
been bullied repeatedly through their cell phones
or the internet.
7. What is cyber bullying?
• Sending mean messages or threats to a person’s email account or
• Spreading rumours online or through texts.
• Posting hurtful or threatening messages on social networking
sites or web pages.
• Stealing a person’s account information to break into their
account and send damaging messages.
• Pretending to be someone else online to hurt another
• Taking unflattering pictures of a person and spreading them
through cell phones or the Internet
8. How a
of you to hurt
be you online
email or text
9. As the quote goes, “Prevention is better
than cure” so we will as well make an
attempt to go cybersafe so that we don’t
end up opening the ‘Pandora’s Box of the
12. What could be done?
• Be kind to others and use netiquette (no
flooding, be nice to newbies, avoid using all
caps, and set a good tone).
• Don’t give out personal information online like
PIN, passwords, home address cell number
• Be strong and stop it early. Don’t stoop to their level and lash back.
Don’t suffer in silence.
13. Keep your personal
stuff private and think
about what you say
and do online.
Block people who
send nasty messages
and don’t open
unknown links and
Flag up with someone
you trust if anything
upsets you or if
someone asks to
meet you offline.
14. •Contact your Internet service provider abuse
department. If the problem continues, alert
the local police department.
•If anything makes you feel uncomfortable
online, while gaming or when using your cell
phone, talk with your parents or guardian
19. •Avoid exchanging pictures or giving out e-
mail addresses and personal information to
people you meet online.
•Never post your personal information, such
as a cell phone number, home number, home
address, or your location on any social
networking site or through mobile apps like
Snapchat or Instagram.
20. •Don’t always trust your newfound online friends.
Remember, the predator waits patiently.
•Make password long and strong. Use a combination
of lower and uppercase letters along with symbols.
•Links in email, tweets, posts, and online advertising
our often the way cybercriminals compromise your
computer. If it looks suspicious even if you know the
source it’s best to delete or if appropriate mark as
24. The internet has eased out our
lives remarkably but at the same
time, has also opened a few doors
So it’s our duty to keep those