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Cyberworld – bullying and dangers



Cyberbullying happens when someone uses technology to hurt or tease others. It can be mean messages, spreading rumours, or even sharing embarrassing pictures without permission.

Let's talk about something important… The cyberworld and the bullying and dangers that can come with it.


The cyberworld includes all the amazing things we can do online, like playing games, chatting with friends, and exploring new information. But it's also important to be aware of the negative aspects, like cyberbullying and other dangers.


Cyberbullying happens when someone uses technology to hurt or tease others. It can be mean messages, spreading rumours, or even sharing embarrassing pictures without permission.


Like all forms of bullying our message is consistent: It's not okay, and nobody deserves to be treated that way. Remember, being kind online is just as important as being kind in person.


For all of us, it is crucial to feel and stay safe while enjoying the world online. Following are some tips to protect yourself and ideas you should encourage with those you care about:

  1. Keep personal information private: Don't share personal details like your full name, address, for teens their school’s name, or phone number online. Be cautious about the information you share, even with people you think you can trust.

  2. Be mindful of your digital footprint: Anything you post online can stay there forever. Think before you post or send a message. It's essential to be respectful and considerate in your online interactions.

  3. Stay away from strangers: Be careful about accepting friend requests or engaging in conversations with people you don't know in real life. Not everyone online has good intentions, and it's better to be safe than sorry.

  4. Report and block: If you experience cyberbullying or come across inappropriate content or behaviour, report it to a trusted adult, like a parent or teacher. Most social media platforms and websites have options to report and block users who are engaging in harmful activities.

  5. Talk to someone: Don't keep it to yourself if you're being bullied or feel uncomfortable online. Talk to a trusted adult about what's going on. They can provide support, guidance, and help you navigate through difficult situations.

Remember, the cyberworld can be a wonderful place, but it's essential to be mindful of how we treat others and how we protect ourselves. By being kind, respectful, and aware, we can make the cyberworld a safer and happier place for everyone.


If you ever need advice or someone to talk to, don't hesitate to reach out to someone you trust. And remember to stay safe and be sure to enjoy the positive aspects of life online!


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