As technology evolves, so are the different ways to bully another person. These are the different forms of cyber bullying in the Philippines
We conducted an informal survey to get a grasp of the Philippine bullying situation. Here’s the cyberbullying statistics for your reference
Making our voices heard on issues deemed important to us is a guaranteed right. But this should not lead to cyber lynching or cyber mob.
Cyberbaiting is a form of cyber bullying (cyber harassment for adults), however it is being done by students against their teacher.
Cyberbullying as indicated in the IRR of RA 10627, includes texting, email, instant messaging, chatting, internet, social media and online games
Bullying and Cyberbullying incidents have seen significant increase, thanks to the reporting requirements of the anti-bullying law of 2013.
Cyberbaiting is a behavior where students taunt their teachers to the point of outburst, capture the teachers’ reactions, then share on social media
Before the implementation of the anti-bullying act of 2013, RA 7610 or the Special Protection of Children Against Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination is one of the laws that can be used by bullying victims
the cyber crime law will take effect on Oct. 3, 2012 (IRR to follow). So spammers, consider yourselves warned.
Bullying, cyber and other forms, need a collective effort from the school, parents and the government to effectively protect our children.
Identity theft likely victims are high profile individuals, successful people, corporate brands and even philanthropic organizations.