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Cyberbullying has become increasingly common, especially among
teenagers, as the digital sphere has expanded and
technology has advanced.

Bullying behavior and suicide-related behavior are closely related.

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Of students, ages 12 to 18, that experienced bullying nationwide.

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Of that 20%, 50% said they thought their bullies had more social influence than them.

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Of that 20%, 56% said they thought their bully had the ability to influence other students’ perception of them.

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Of the students that claimed to be bullied, 15% were bullied online or by text.

[Data sourced from stopbullying.gov]

How can I help to prevent Cyberbullying?

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1. Protect your accounts

Make sure that your accounts and those of your children are protected. Password strength is extremely important and block other accounts when necessary.

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2. Monitor Online Activities

Monitor social media activity, and general online behavior. If you must, block and control the child’s phone remotely to prevent cyberbullying

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3. Reach out & Provide Help

Talking is extremely important. Ask your child if they know what is cyberbullying is. Does he/she know someone who is being bullied? Do they know what to do if bullied?
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4. Save Evidence & Take Action

Bullying online or over the phone can usually be captured, saved, or shown to someone who can assist. Keep the evidence in case things get out of hand.

How can Presence help minimize Cyberbullying?

With SWARM you can track all social media activity across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for your members. When you notice signs of cyberbullying, use SWARM to reach to the post, call, text, or whatsapp the member to provide support and advice.

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Detect the full scope of your digital footprint or that of your children’s online footprints to remove any sensitive, personal data online that can be used to cyberbully.

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Archive any cyberbullying activity in case things get out of hand or escalate. Use that information to show someone who can providee assistance.

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With SWARM you can track all social media activity across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for your members. When you notice signs of cyberbullying, use SWARM to reach to the post, call, text, or whatsapp the member to provide support and advice.
detect

Detect the full scope of your digital footprint or that of your children’s online footprints to remove any sensitive, personal data online that can be used to cyberbully.

archive

Archive any cyberbullying activity in case things get out of hand or escalate. Use that information to show someone who can providee assistance.

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