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        A         Avoid posting or sending mean comments toward others online.
                                        
                 Block the senders who repeatedly send nasty comments or messages to you.

        C         Clarify the intent of a message that bothers you. Maybe the sender was just joking.         
     
       D         Delete mean messages or comments, but be sure to save a copy of the evidence.
     
        E          Encourage your friends to post positive comments and messages online.
                                        
         F         Forward abusive messages to the internet service provider so that it can warn the 
                                                                      abuser.
     
         G       Generate a positive cyber atmosphere by avoiding disrespectful treatment of others.
     
         H        Help others who are targeted by posting positive or encouraging messages.
     
          I         Invite a classmate who has been targeted online to participate in an activity with you.
     
          J         Join with others to stamp out cyber bullying by addressing it in student leadership
                                                                       groups. 
     
          K          Keep a record or log of cyber bullying incidents to assist you in reporting the incidents.
     
          L          Limit "friends" on your social networking sites or buddy lists to people you know.
     
          M         Make a public service announcement or start a campaign in your school to prevent
                                                                      cyber bullying. 
     
          N         Name aggressive, mean, online behavior as cyber bullying when you see it.
     
         O         Open your eyes to bullying incidents everywhere.
     
         P           Protect yourself by using the privacy features on social networking sites.
     
        Q          Quickly report cyber bullying that includes threats of violence or self-harm, sexual                                                                       exploitation or harassment to a trusted adult or the police.
     
        R           Respect others in the real world and digital world.
     
        S           Support targets of bullying online and in the real world through words of support and
                                                                       offers of help.
     
       T           Tell an adult at home and at school if you or your classmates are being cyber bullied.
     
       U           Understand how words and can be weapons and choose yours wisely.
     
       V           Verify with the sender that it is okay before you forward their message to others.
     
       W          Write an article for the school newspaper about cyber bullying to educate other 
                                                                        students about the problem.
     
        X          "X" amine your own behavior online. Treat others as you want to be treated. 
     
        Y          Yelling online is viewed as rude. Avoid typing in all caps.
     
        Z         Zip your lips and your keyboard when it comes time to gossip and rumors!
     
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