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.

Today's 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 observes social media activities ensuring only appropriate social content and communication are received.

SMC4 Observer can help reduce the following cyber bullying issues:

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

How can SMC4 help?

SMC4 is designed to help Police Force disrupt cyber bullying.

  • Protecting individuals and communities against cyber bullying and online predators
  • Observing activities on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter
  • Filtering out inappropriate content
  • Providing real time risk priority reporting of bullying, self harm and violence, to Police officials, enabling appropriate responses
  • Keeping a safe and secure archive of all inbound and outbound messages which can be used for legal purposes


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