What is Cyber Bullying

Cyber bullying is any form of online harassment or bullying from online web sites such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, MySpace, or mobile phones including instant messaging tools.

Todays youth are developing like no other generation due to the technology available, such as the internet and mobile devices and they are using them to socialize. SMC4 automatically monitors social media activities ensuring only appropriate social content and communication are received.

Some of the many Cyber Bullying problems include:

  1. Personal threats
  2. Abusive texts, emails and comments
  3. Hurtful messages
  4. Inappropriate images or videos
  5. Gossip and rumors
  6. Blackmail
  7. Stolen social media identity
  8. Peer pressure related to sex and drugs
  9. Intimidation and victimization

How can SMC4 help?

SMC4 is designed to help individuals of any age, including people in the public eye, parents, schools, clubs and celebrities to disrupt cyber bullying.

  • Protect individuals and communities against cyber bullying and online predators
  • Filter out inappropriate content
  • Filter out adult content
  • Monitor activities on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter, highlighting risks to authorities within schools, clubs, businesses or police

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