Tell them just a little bit about yourself.
Don't ever give out any personal information.
Tell them everything they want to know.
Don't trust what people say on the internet. They could be something different than they say.
Both B and D
Tell your parents.
Tell local law enforcement
Tell your friends.
Tell them to leave you alone, again, and print out the attempts to contact.
All of the above
Shouldn't have started the chatting in the first place.
Tell him/her yes, and set a date to meet at your house or his/hers.
Don't trust anything anyone says on the internet. They could be lying about who they are.
Keep chatting to learn more about them.
Only A and C
Someone who is nice to new people online
Someone who feels better by making other feel worse
Someone who uses the Internet to knock/put others down
Someone who is happy when they provoke or torment others
Flaming: mail designed to make another person mad
Harassment: repeatedly sending mean, nasty messages
Trickery: Tricking someone into revealing secrets or embarrassing information about themselves
All of the Above
Tell a trusted adult about the bullying.
Don't open or read messages by cyberbullies.
Don't tell anyone and keep your feelings to yourself.
Tell your Internet service provider.
Inform the local police and tell your school if it is school related.
Don't erase the messages. Put them in a folder unread.
Never agree to meet with a bully, or with anyone, you meet online.
All of the above
Get back at the bullies by doing the same things they did to you.
Don't give out private information .
Don't exchange pictures or give out email addresses to people you meet on the Internet.
Don't send a message when you are angry.
Delete messages from people you don't know, or from those people who seem angry or mean.
When something doesn't seem right, stay in the site, chat anyway and give out personal information.
Post all your school pictures online along with your address, email, and phone number.
Send messages when you are angry and haven't had time to think about the situation.
Treat others as badly as they treat you.
Be polite online and others will do the same.
Call people names when they do something you don't like.
Repeat messages over an over so others don't get a chance to talk.
Don't use offensive language or nicknames.
Be nice to newbie's (new people learning about the online world)
Use ALL CAPS in a message to indicate shouting.
Always avoid making personal attacks and calling names.
The names of my favorite books and movies.
My real name, address, telephone number, the school I attend, or my photograph.
The name of my pet.
Never reply to these messages and tell my parents, so that they can notify our online service provider.
Keep it a secret.
Reply to the message and ask the sender to stop sending me messages.
keep the secret because they are my "cyber friend."
Tell all of my friends, because it's hard for me to keep a secret.
tell my parents, because no one should ever ask me to keep secrets from my parents.
my friend and someone I can trust.
the person he or she claims to be.
someone I should be cautious about, because I don't know him or her well.
take a break and have a snack.
use the Internet to help me with my homework.
agree to meet someone in person who I have met online.
Give them your number.
Never give out your phone number.
Give them your name
Never give out your name.
Both B and D
Share it with your friends
Tell an adult you know and trust
click on “Home” to leave that site
yes, because you trust her
yes, because someone will have checked
reply and complain
tell an adult you know and trust
tell your Internet Service Provider (ISP)
there aren’t any
the picture could be edited in an embarrassing way and sent to others or published on the web
you could be traced by someone who might wish you harm
immediately fix the date and time
tell your family and friends
have a telephone conversation first, take a family member with you, and arrange to meet in a public place
Ignores the bullying
Reports the bullying
Is always willing to step in and help out