Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 181. Sent a mean, insulting, or threatening message. 2. Spread gossip, rumors, or lies about another student online. 3. Excluded others from an online group in order to hurt them. 4. Pretended to be someone else in order to get that person in trouble. 5. Sent or posted a photo or information that would be embarrassing to another. 6. Shared someone’s secret online. Cyberbully Survey Yes No Immediately block or delete the cyberbully’s number or email. Do not respond; ignore it. Cyber- bullies who don’t get a reaction often get bored and quit. Tell an adult you trust. Also tell your friends. Don’t let anyone bully you into silence! Save and print all messages or posts. Keep a record of where it’s coming from and when it happens. Look for clues to help you identify a cyberbully. Once identified, cyberbullies should be reported to their online service provider. If you feel threatened, it’s serious. Tell your parents what’s going on, inform school officials, and consider involving law enforcement. What to do if you are the target of a cyberbully All of the above are examples of cyberbullying. If you have done any of these, think about how your actions may have affected others. Have you ever done the following? 13