Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Cyberbullying

 One Monday morning a girl named Melissa was getting ready to go to school with her best friend Teresa, that morning Melissa's best friend asked her if she could have her password for Facebook and Melissa said sure but don't give it to nobody, and the first thing that Teresa did when they got out of school was gave it to the popular crew, and they got on Melissa's Facebook and started to threaten her telling her that she was gonna get hurt if she didn't stop saying bad things about the popular crew so Melissa just stopped telling them bad things and changed her password so they couldn't get back on it and Melissa never talked to Teresa. This story is an example of why you should never give your password to anybody or they can look you up and look for your information and also hack your stuff. This is also an example of cyber-bullying.
 

6 comments:

  1. I like your story, but its all a run-on sentence. It needs many punctuations marks, capitalization, and the lettering needs to be bigger, but the rest was fine.

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  3. I love your story and how it tells about cyber bullying and how it effects people.

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  6. This is a very true story stuff like this actually happens.what made you want to write about it?

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