Cyberbullying

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Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
Psychology
Grade:
12

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Cyberbullying

Psychosocial Effects of Cyberbullying:Information about someone is spread on Internet for anyone to see, & it effects how other kids at school view them. It can also affect a person academically because their lack of confidence will prevent them from contributing in class.

Illinois Laws - Cyberbullying: Cyberbullying can violate the school code leading to suspension from school or afterschool sports. - Inappropriate Pictures/Sexting: A sexting minor may have commited a felony under the Illinois Child Pornography Act. This is a Class 1 felony, punishable by fines ranging from $1,000 to $100,000 and imprisonment for four to 15 years.

Cyberbullying

Bryan Thacker4th Period PsychologyMs. Reilly

Cyberbullying Court Cases:-United States v. Lori Drew (2008) Lori Drew used a fake boy Myspace to flirt with a teenage girl to see if the girl was bullying her daughter. When the mother told the girl that the world would be better off without her, the girl killed herself. Drew was aquitted of all charges.-J.S. v. Bethlehem Area School District (2002)14-year-old Justin Swindler made a website containing threatening and innapropriate things about his math teacher and principle. He also listed reasons why his math teacher should be killed. The Supreme Court could not criminally punish him because the threats were "not real", but they said that the school can legally expel him.


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