We know social media safety, and sexting can be a touchy subject to discuss with students and parents. The fact is photos initially intended for a close audience of friends can be stolen or otherwise shared online leading to online embarrassment and infliction of emotional pain. Online predators can abuse even seemingly innocent family photos at the beach.
Our tools search the internet day and night to find abusive posts of your student's photographs and helps investigators track down online predators and revenge-seeking bullies.
Cyberbully.watch helps you as an educator to encourage teens and their parents to sit down and take back their privacy and safety online. We provide free resources for you and your school online, including sample letters you may send home to parents.
We invite you to give our system a try and let us know what you think.
We have over 109.94 million photographs of 4.09 million people digitized into our facial recognition-based search engine. That is nearly 1 in every 10 persons aged 10-19 living in the United States can be found in our data. Are your students some of these persons?
Our data represent the individuals we found on public "ex-girlfriend" blogs, hacked omegle/periscope/live.me accounts, pedophile operated 'teen girl and teen boy' sites, fake social media accounts, and other random websites.
For years many educators, school boards, and others have tried to come up with a single solution that can put an end to cyberbullying.
Unfortunately, there is no 'one-size-fits-all' solution; thankfully, there are a series of steps educators can take into consideration.
To be effective, parents must be brought in on the discussion, and this unity between educator, parent, and student is needed to strengthen the effectiveness of any actions taken at school.
To make things easier for schools, we have prepared a Microsoft Word document you may use as a template letter you may send home to parents explaining Cyberbullying and ways to combat it.