Cyber-Bullying

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Re: Cyber-Bullying

Postby DQmania » Tue Jan 15, 2013 4:05 pm

A lot of kids recently have killed themselves from cyber bullies haunting them at all hours and anything that has that much of an effect on a kid should definately be taken seriously. I think the bullying can become very evil and continuous when the bully is not being monitored by their parents.
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Re: Cyber-Bullying

Postby ThanksSoLong » Tue Feb 05, 2013 2:47 pm

Its a crying shame how many you hear about now doing this. It makes you wonder how often it happened before the computer was around to tell ya about it
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Re: Cyber-Bullying

Postby TammyIsNotMyName » Thu Mar 21, 2013 9:59 am

It may be good to keep younger kids off computers at home, until they have been informed on why it's wrong to Bully people and how to handle Cyber-Bullying.
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Re: Cyber-Bullying

Postby MizCeeDub » Mon Mar 25, 2013 6:08 pm

I agree... Schools should block the usage of social medias from their internet at schools as well.
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Re: Cyber-Bullying

Postby StylistJoode » Wed Apr 10, 2013 1:26 pm

Or they should allow it but have them sign a contract that anything they do on their social media pages will be punishment worthy when they return to school now
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Re: Cyber-Bullying

Postby walteria1964 » Wed Apr 10, 2013 2:27 pm

I myself have suffered serious loss of business on Amazon.com due to the blatant cyber-bullying that has been launched against me and these attackers are attacking me in the form of blatantly false reviews and smear tactics. I reported the phony reviews and amazon instead punishes me the victim and took away my right to defend my business and my free speech which I am supposed to have as part of the constitution that amazon doesn't believe we have. I am calling for a boycott of amazon.com until their company changes its ways and protects authors and artists from such smear attacks. One of the main offenders Saturn5 started the wave of cyber attacks against me when I uploaded my first album for sale. It was obvious this person did not even bother to listen to the album and this bully really hurt my business here in the states. Thank God my fans in Europe are more open minded and have supported me throughout this ordeal. I may be a celebrity but I did not sign up to have threats made against me and my 16 year old son as this has happened to me. Hopefully those of you reading can help! Amazon refuses to take down the phony reviews and allows its own policies to be violated in the disguise of the phony reviews. If any of you can help I would appreciate it!

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Re: Cyber-Bullying

Postby MizCeeDub » Wed Apr 10, 2013 6:25 pm

walteria1964 wrote :
> I myself have suffered serious loss of business on Amazon.com due to the
> blatant cyber-bullying that has been launched against me and these
> attackers are attacking me in the form of blatantly false reviews and smear
> tactics. I reported the phony reviews and amazon instead punishes me the
> victim and took away my right to defend my business and my free speech
> which I am supposed to have as part of the constitution that amazon doesn't
> believe we have. I am calling for a boycott of amazon.com until their
> company changes its ways and protects authors and artists from such smear
> attacks. One of the main offenders Saturn5 started the wave of cyber
> attacks against me when I uploaded my first album for sale. It was obvious
> this person did not even bother to listen to the album and this bully
> really hurt my business here in the states. Thank God my fans in Europe
> are more open minded and have supported me throughout this ordeal. I may
> be a celebrity but I did not sign up to have threats made against me and my
> 16 year old son as this has happened to me. Hopefully those of you
> reading can help! Amazon refuses to take down the phony reviews and
> allows its own policies to be violated in the disguise of the phony
> reviews. If any of you can help I would appreciate it!
>
> W. Winston

I am all for helping with what I can. I don't use amazon any more, so, y9u have my support with that. What else could we help you with?? You can come find me on twitter. @MizCeeDub
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Re: Cyber-Bullying

Postby Brooky » Thu Apr 25, 2013 2:18 pm

Do you know any of these bullies or are they just usernames that started bothering you?
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Re: Cyber-Bullying

Postby DoraLynn » Sun Apr 28, 2013 4:29 pm

How come amazon Doesn't look into bad negative feedback before someone goes and slanders someones name and reputation?
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Re: Cyber-Bullying

Postby DarkSide » Tue May 21, 2013 12:02 pm

One thing that I do like about cyber bullying is that there is written proof of it so when its time to do soemthing about it you can show everything that has happened so its not hes said she said.
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