Cyber Bullying

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Jordin Mitton
Public Speaking

1. Cyber Bullying
2. To inform the class about what cyber bullying is.

I. Introduction
Who can remember a time where someone was taunting you or making you feel bad about yourself? In today’s world, bullying is not like it was back in the day. Kids and teenagers have moved on from the original picking on someone at school, and have moved to a more fierce and horrible type of action. It is called cyber-bullying, which involves the use of information and communication technologies to support deliberate, repeated, and hostile behavior by an individual or group that is intended to harm others. So many teens have committed suicide from cyber-bullying, because they were taunted so bad that they couldn’t take it anymore. More and more prevention awareness’s have come along to prevent cyber bullying because it has gotten so out of hand. Cyber-bullying is a growing issue that is getting worse and worse each year. -Unlike traditional bullying, where victims could at least escape their attackers, cyber bullying allows bullies to torment their victims psychologically and emotionally any time of day via social media websites, e-mail, or cell phone messages. II. With cyber bullying there is no escape, and for most teenagers school doesn’t go longer then 3 p.m., while the internet is available at all times. A. Kids are cyber bullying because it is a way for them to bully someone without having to get in trouble at school, and they can do it anonymously. B. Kids who are insecure with themselves are usually the ones doing the bullying. -It is truly sad to hear that teens and even kids are committing suicide because they were bullied so badly over the internet. III. When a teenager or kid feels that the only thing to turn to from being cyber bullied is taking their own life, then something is very wrong. A. When you violate someone’s privacy online and remove their ability to make an informed decision about...
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