4 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- a policy used by organizations such as schools and businesses to regulate online use.
- impersonation is the act of taking on an identity that is false for the purpose of tormenting a person and damaging their reputation. Impersonation can also be acted out by pretending to be the victim also by creating a false identity or profile.
- repeated harassment of a teenager using Internet chat rooms, text messages, social networking sites, or other digital technology such as cell phones.
- a huge network that connects computers all over the world.
3 True/False questions
Degradation/humiliation → bullies will use cyber bullying to spread rumours and hearsay with the purpose of damaging the victim's reputation to ensure that they are shunned.
Web page → the basic component of the Web, a single file within a Web site that has a unique name.
Flaming → this is a very hostile and rude form of abuse where the bully uses vulgar and abusive language with the intention of starting a fight with the victim.