Today The Sun Online and The NSPCC launch the Block The Bullying campaign.Every day we are exposed to sickening videos of children beating up other children that are shared on social media, often going viral.We aim to educate children why they shouldn’t ever film and share such an attack, tell kids and adults what to do if they see one and call on social media platforms to take them down as soon as they are made aware of them.Below is a step by step guide from the NSPCC on the dos and don’ts of this form of online bullying.If you see a child being bullied it can be difficult to know the best way to help. Posting or sharing videos of the bullying might seem like a good way to raise awareness but it can have a very damaging impact on children:It can be distressing and humiliating for the young person being bullied to have evidence of their abuse shared over the internet.Knowing the video remains out there forces the young person to relive their horrifying experience and may prevent them from being able to recover and move on.Sharing a video online establishes a digital footprint of the young people… Read full this story
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