SOCIAL MEDIA AWARENESS MONTH
Social Media Awareness Month
Our digital presence and "real" lives intertwine while institutions determine whether they should
review and investigate harmful student behavior.
Pursuant to Department of Education guidance, a school is considered to be on notice of a
potential Title IX violation if a responsible school employee knew should have known about the
alleged incident of sexual violence. This encompasses direct complaints from a victim as well as
indirect notice from a member of the local community, on a social networking site, or from the
cyberbullying around the world, we still remain
apathetic to them as most only believe that such
problems only confine to the children only.
However, such statements prove to be incorrect
when cyberbullying actually can come in many
different forms and it can even affect adults in
both subtle and dramatic manners. The constant
taunt and torment caused by irresponsible
people can drive others into severe depression
Top Ways That You Can Use To Stop Social
When you are facing cyberbullying or social media harassment, dealing with it can be very
tricky. Some even advocate that one should avoid using the Internet and stay away from it.
However, in an age when we constantly eye our cellphones or browse the web, such an approach
isolates people. The impractical solution does not address the root of the problem. There remain
better ways of handling and preventing cyberbulling while enjoying the best of technology.
When dealing with cyberbullying, the first and most important steps rest in your hands. As an
example, it is best that you should never respond to anything that the bully said. Besides, you
also should not even retaliate by doing the same back to the bullies because it is not just worth
the trouble and effort. In addition, retaliation only shows that you are not any better than them.
Furthermore, responding in such