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Did You Know?
- Cyberbullying is a growing trend across the globe
- Most kids are not telling adults when they have been cyber bullied
- Children as young as 6 years old are reporting being victims of cyberbullying
How Does CyberBully Alert Work?
CyberBully Alert software and activate your membership using your license key.
Enter email addresses and phone numbers for the adults who will receive the alert.
The CyberBully Alert icon will be installed in the Tool bar for Windows users and the Menu Bar for Macintosh users
With a live Internet connection, your child can send an instant alert via email and/or text message by clicking on the icon and following the “SEND ALERT” instructions. Two messages can be sent: an automated alert, and a customizable alert that can include an incident description.
Refer to the CyberBully Alert folder installed on your computer to view the saved screen shot when the alert is sent out.
What is CyberBully Alert?
The CyberBully Alert software is a tool for parents to equip their children with the ability to immediately communicate and document any threats or cyberbullying
their children experience when online. This unique software is the result of expert opinions and research in the field of child development and internet safety. Experts agree that the best way to address cyberbullying and online threats is to immediately communicate the incident with an adult, as well as document what the threat is. CyberBully Alert is the only software which does this for parents and their children.
How Does CyberBully Alert work?
|By clicking on the CyberBully Alert
icon in the tasktray:
A copy of the computer screen is immediately documented and stored in a folder for any further investigations. If the threats are harmful and need the attention of authority, this folder can be used to detail the online activity as evidence.
- A text and email message immediately notifies pre-specified recipients of the online threat - assuring rapid communication between adults and children.
The child can describe the incident in detail informing recipients of the alert about the severity of the threat.
Why CyberBully Alert?
The act of kids bullying one another is not a new safety concern for parents, but cyberbullying is. The internet and social networking sites have established an unsupervised arena for individuals to attack one another. A drastic difference between schoolyard bullying and cyberbullying is that there are no adults supervising in the cyberworld. In the cyberworld, kids are left alone to deal with the emotions that result from internet harassment.
FOR THE CHILD: CyberBully Alert allows a child to immediately report and document cyberbullying to an adult.
FOR THE PARENT: CyberBully Alert gives parents the security of immediately being there for their kids when a threat occurs—whether they are at work, in a meeting, on the road, or simply in another room.