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Good Morning Class! Welcome to Ms. Wilson's ethics class. Today we will be learning about proper Internet etiquette. We will also take a look at internet bullying and why it is unethical and wrong.
Internet Bullying is also called "CyberBullying." It refers to using technology to harass, intimidate or cause harm to other people. Cyber bullying is more apparent with the use of social media sites like Facebook and Instagram. Cyberbullying is wrong and leads many students into depression or even suicide. Many states have laws against cyberbullying.
Megan is so right! Erin has always been mean to us, so it's only right we return the favor! Erin used to always make fun of me. I don't care about Ms. Wilson's lesson.
We don't care about what Ms. Wilson has to say. Erin has always been mean to us and today she came to school with a new ugly haircut. She looks like a man. We uploaded a picture of her on Facebook calling her a man and now Elizabeth and I will have our revenge.
Hi, I'm Erin and I just got a new haircut that I really don't like.
Erin goes home to log onto Facebook and sees the picture of her that Megan and Elizabeth uploaded of her, calling her a man. Erin gets really depressed and does not want to go to school the next day.
Erin's parents come up to the school the next day to show the principal the face-book post about their child. They also explain how they are worried about Erin and fears that her depression will cause her harm.
The authorities were called to investigate the cyberbullying and both girls were suspended from school. Erin will receive counseling for the harassment. They should have listened to Ms. Wilson.
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