History Of Cyberbullying

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Bullying and Cyber bullying: History, Statistics, Law, Prevention and Analysis By: Richard Donegan Abstract: Based on this article issue my scope will be mention about the cyber bullying or bullying that arises in the Malaysia among the secondary school student and also the university student. Bullying has been established in American society since the establishment of the country. Coming from capitalism economic and competitive social hierarchies, bullying is still a relevant issue throughout the year. Technology Bullying, now known as cyberbullying, has left the problem growing, becoming more difficult to understand, and more difficult to determine. An overview of various case studies, statistical research, legal cases, and news articles…show more content…
Fast innovations, such as the Internet, are constantly changing how people interact. Although this development has been approved human beings to make great progress in many areas, they have also allowed the form of violation to become more widespread. This is evident when looking at how traditional bullying has grown became today's issue known as cyberbullying. Although bullying and cyberbullying are often similar in shape and their technique also has a lot of difference. Unlike traditional bullying, cyberbullying allows offenders to close his identity behind the computer. This uncertainty makes it easier for offenders to attack against a victim without having to look at the physical act of the victim. The effect of keeping that technology out make youth today often lead them to say and do cruel things while traditional bullying is face to face situation. Even Malaysia had the 20 years backward technology than America, the statistic of the student or anyone being bully or cyber bully still…show more content…
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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