Oscar Awards Fuel Negative Reactions from Twitter Users

Laura BednarCyber Bullying and Online Harassment

Oscars Angry Tweets

The Twitter Universe is Blowing Up Over the Oscars The Academy Awards celebrated its 91st year, giving Oscars to films, actors, actresses, and directors. The decisions made by 6,000 motion picture professionals who make up the voting Academy elicited many negative responses from Twitter users. Here are the top 3 Oscar moments that angered Twitter users: 1. “Green Book” Winning … Read More

Parents Negatively Impact Their Children’s Future When they Post Online

Sergei VolfCyber Bullying and Online Harassment, Helpful Tips

Parents Over Share Social Media

Parents Create a Digital Footprint for Their Children It’s estimated that by 2030, nothing about your child will remain private. The bank Barclays released a report in May 2018 saying identity theft of children will increase by up to 74 million instances by 2030. In the first blog post of this series, we discuss how to avoid ads and tips … Read More

Gillette Tackles Cyber Bullying in New Ad

Sergei VolfCyber Bullying and Online Harassment

Gillete Ad Cyber Bullying

Gillette Targets Online Bullying in New Ad For thirty plus years, the company Gillette launched a new ad campaign called “The Best Men Can Be.” The ad focuses on many social issues, with one of them including cyber-bullying and bullying. At the twelve second mark, a boy is wrapped in his mom’s arms while messages calling him a freak pop … Read More

Black Mirror Bandersnatch Star Bullied On Social Media

Sergei VolfCyber Bullying and Online Harassment

Online Bullies Netflix Star

Netflix Black Mirror Star Bullied on Twitter Actor Will Poulter of Netflix’s Black Mirror – Bandersnatch is taking a break from Twitter due to criticism from online bullies. The new Netflix show features Poulter as a video game designer with spikey blonde hair and glasses. His appearance elicited responses that insulted his looks. In his statement on social media to … Read More

A 17 Year Old Designs The ReThink App To Prevent Cyberbullying

Sergei VolfCyber Bullying and Online Harassment

Rethink App Stops Cyber Bullies

Rising Online Bullying Statistics Prompt A New Anti-Bullying App   A new cyberbullying app found it’s way on the hit NBC show Sharktank. Trisha Prabhu is the 17-year-old creator behind the anti-online bullying app called ReThink. Prabhu inspiration for the app is rooted in when she was thirteen years old. On her Google Play Store app page, she states that … Read More