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she's lying! i have evidence
meghan ended up being arrested in her own home due to her lying and her constant cyberbullying, that mary had evidence about.
1.Talks to teens about cyberbullying, explaining that it is wrong and can have serious consequences. Make a rule that teens may not send mean or damaging messages, even if someone else started it, or suggestive pictures or messages or they will lose their cell phone and computer privileges for a time. 2. Encourage teens to tell an adult if cyber bullying is occurring. Tell them if they are the victims they will not be punished, and reassure them that being bullied is not their fault. 3.Teens should keep cyberbullying messages as proof that the cyber bullying is occurring. The teens’ parents may want to talk to the parents of the cyberbully, to the bully’s Internet or cell phone provider, and/or to the police about the messages, especially if they are threatening or sexual in nature. 4.Try blocking the person sending the messages. It may be necessary to get a new phone number or email address and to be more cautious about giving out the new number or address. 5.Teens should never tell their password to anyone except a parent, and should not write it down in a place where it could be found by others
THERE ARE CONSEQUENCES
"Cyberbullying." Cyberbullying. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Jan. 2016 "Home - Cyberbullying Research Center." Cyberbullying Research Center. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Jan. 2016. "STOP Cyberbullying: What Is Cyberbullying, Exactly?" STOP Cyberbullying: What Is Cyberbullying, Exactly? N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Jan. 2016.
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