Des Moines in 1969 (Tedford & Herbeck, 2009, pp 1-4) which is in the cover statement, the U.S. or the court stated through this case and more recently, the federal government has determined the need for off campus behavior, such as cyberbullying, controlled by schools. For the state level, which is just like the law of speech and disturbance at the federal level, each country continues to struggle with determine the problem and what legal action to take when violation occurs. In the other hand Malaysia use Computer Crimes Act 1997, in Section Four: Unauthorized access to computer materials with the intent to commit or facilitate an offence. If convicted, the offender is liable to a fine of not more than RM150, 000 or a prison term of not more than 10
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Informative Speech Outline Supatsara Rodratsa Informative Outline Topic: Cyberbullying General Purpose: To inform Specific Purpose: To inform my audience to know about cyber crime called cyberbullying. Thesis: Cyber bullies use ruthless tactics and cyber bullying should be considered a crime because it is a form of harassment that causes victims to suffer feelings of depression, isolation, and thoughts of suicide. I. Introduction A. Attention Getter: What comes first to your mind when people say about cyberbullying?
So, there are several types of international cybercrimes identified. Emmanuel (2007) has been classified cybercrime into few categories which are Financial crimes/frauds and theft, Hacking, Online gambling, Cyber pornography, Intellectual property crimes and Internet harassment. Cybercrime can be detected and prevented. Awe (2004) has rightly declared that there is no one measure that will cure the menace of cybercrime. But it is the combination of these measures together with sincerity and vigour when they are implemented and administered that will serve to reduce risks most effectively.
For example, in the article “Cyber Bullying: Just as Bad, Maybe Even Worse¨ the author Alicia Jones states,¨Cyber bullying can be very damaging to adolescents and teens. It can lead to anxiety, depression, and even suicide. Also, once things are circulated on the Internet, they may never disappear, resurfacing at later times to renew the pain of cyber bullying.¨ Due to the dehumanization process that cyberbullying causes it has a tremendous effect of one 's health and their mental stability. Also if it were not for cyberbullying, suicide caused by mental health issue rates would go down a shocking 40%. Cell phones have created a platform where cyberbullying is used to hurt people 's feeling, which results in a huge amount
References Cassidy, W., Faucher, C., & Jackson, M. (2017). Adversity in University: Cyberbullying and Its Impacts on Students, Faculty and Administrators. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 14(8), 888. doi:10.3390/ijerph14080888 Cyberbullying FAQ For Teens – National Crime Prevention Council. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.ncpc.org/resources/cyberbullying/cyberbullying-faq-for-teens/ Edwards, L., Kontostathis, A. E., & Fisher, C. (2016).
According to the report released by Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology Cyber Security – cybercrime is defined as the attacks on information infrastructure . There are two main types of cybercrime: cyber-dependent crimes, such as the spread of viruses or malicious software, and cyber-enabled crimes, such as theft and distribution of sexual imagery of children . The UK Government has clear focus and various means to combat cybercrimes in the last decade. UK Government considers cybercrime to be a tier 1 threat, which is ranked the same as international terrorism . While the UK Government respect for intellectual property and fundamental human rights to freedom of expression and association, the UK Government believes that all nations must act consistently in cyberspace and in accordance with both national and international laws.
Diane Sawyer referred to cyber bullying as an “emotional wielding” and “going for the emotional jugular.” Cyberbullying includes the use of email, instant messaging, Web pages, blogs, chat rooms or discussion groups, digital images or messages sent to a cellular phone, online gaming, and other information communication technologies. Peter Smith and some of his colleagues called cyberbullying “An aggressive, intentional act carried out by a group or individual, using electronic forms of contact, repeatedly and overtime against a victim who cannot easily defend themselves.” Cyber vandalism Cyber vandalism includes the introduction of viruses and worms, web defacement, and denial-of-service attacks. Common characteristics of cyber vandals are some desire to exhibit their technical ability and advantage, some wish to focus the exposure of computer security systems, some want to spy on other people’s private financial and personal information also known as
Personality changes, anger, depression, and withdrawal are all predicates of a broken race. The consequences of cyberbullying are not any less adverse than those of traditional bullying (Donegan, 2012). It goes without saying that anonymity presented by the cyberspace brings a slight difference to the comparison, but all other factors remain the same. In a way, this anonymity confers a certain amount of confidence to those individuals who traditionally were victims and hence equalizing the arena (Barlett et al., 2017). It is, therefore, safe to say that bullying today is done by the weak and the strong in equal measure as factors other than physical strength come into play, for example, online computer proficiency.
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