Kylie was sitting her bedroom rearranging her room because it was starting to look really kiddish.
As Kylie was standing in her very kiddish room she started to move stuff finally. Kylie then decided to add a clock that her grandma gave her because she is always watching the time. She added shoes on her wall to make her room look older. Kylie added her finishing touch on the wall, the picture of her name on her wall.
An explanation of how the Internet has changed communication. Make sure to use at least one specific example. I think the internet has changed because of the immediacy.when you post a picture it's immediately up there.
Victims of cyberbullying- Don’t let anybody take your life. Ignore the bullies or block them so you can’t see anything they’re saying.
Victims of cyber bullying- Don’t let anybody take your life. Ignore the bullies or block them so you can’t see anything they’re saying.
Cyberbullies- You really have no life and your irrelevant you should really just get off the internet.
Bystanders- It’s only one bullying and 20 million you guys. You should stand up for the victim to eliminate deaths.
Make difficult password.
Watch out for scams.
Think Before You post: Story of Amanda Todd
Amanda was on a meeting new people webcam website, and she was on there she met this guy. This guy convinced Amanda to pull her chest out on the webcam, and i'm guess he screenshotted it. The guy kept making profiles on facebook that technically kept showing her chest and having everybody see it when every time she switched to a new school he would go under cover and make a new profile and add her as a friend. Then she put a video on youtube talking saying how she was getting bullied and blackmailed. A little after a month after posting the video, Amanda hung herself in her home.
Immediacy- the way that immediacy plays into this story is she just showed her chest to the guy that she didn’t know. Amanda knows she shouldn't had did it, but she did it anyways impulsively. Amanda just did it because he was pressuring her to do, so she just hurried and did it.
Permanence- the way that this story shows permanence is when she posted the video which is was 4 years ago, and even though she died it’s still up there. That shows how if you put something on the internet it’s going to be permanent.
Lack Of Control- When Amanda showed the man her chest he probably screenshotted it, and Amanda had no control over where that picture went even though she didn’t know it was up there. Amanda still had no control over it when she died and that's just a perfect example of lack of control she had no control over who had the picture or even where that picture went.
The effects of this situation with Amanda is that she showed her chest to a stranger on a webcam, and ended up getting bullied for showing her chest. My advice would just be Amanda should've never gotten on that website if she never would've got on the website with strangers then none of this would've never happened. My point is think before you just do something impulsively.
Here is the story and video of Amanda Todd: https://nobullying.com/six-unforgettable-cyber-bullying-cases/ AND https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gycqAJcDFM