FAU Leading the Wat Against Cyberbullying 

http://www.upressonline.com/2015/10/fau-leading-the-way-against-cyberbullying/

FAU Leading the Way Against Cyberbullying

Criminology Professor Sameer Hinduja receives grant from Facebook to study cyberbullying

Sameer Hinduja discusses his research on cyber bullying and good online etiquette to a school in North Palm Beach.Photo courtesy Sameer Hinduja
A professor at Florida Atlantic University accepted a $188,000 grant to continue studying cyberbullying and electronic dating violence in America, the first national study of its kind.
Dr. Sameer Hinduja and his research center received the grant from Facebook’s Digital Trust Foundation ﹘ an organization that funds projects that promote online privacy, safety and security ﹘ with the goal of creating a reference point on a topic in which there has previously been little, if any, empirical research.
Cyberbullying is “a unique form of digital abuse that involves a range of tormenting, humiliating, threatening, embarrassing and harassing behaviours,” according to Hinduja.
He says this phenomenon has gained a lot of attention in recent years.
The Cyberbullying Research Center, co-directed by Hinduja, wants to teach American youth how to react to such harassment.
The nearly $200,000 allowance will go toward accumulating data on a national level, which Hinduja says is expensive to collect.
Hinduja says he wants to examine harassment and bullying on social networks, like Facebook, and online gaming platforms.
Hinduja, an Indian American, has been a professor of criminology and criminal justice at FAU since 2013 but has been researching cyberbullying since his days as a graduate student at Michigan State University over a decade ago.
That is also where he began working with his collaborator in the study, Justin Patchin, the co-director of the research center and a professor of criminal justice at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
While suicides are tracked with tangible numbers, and even studies on depression possess some degree of understanding pertaining to how many people are afflicted, Hinduja says the number of those affected by cyberbullying is much more foggy. It is still widely an enigmatic phenomenon that not many people or institutions fully grasp.
The survey will include random phone calls throughout the country requesting permission from parents to discuss cyberbullying with their 17-year-old-and-younger teens.
The goal is to collect a representative national sample on experiences with, and the effects of, cyberbullying from America’s youth without bias ﹘ from all genders, races and sexual orientations.
While there may be no data on a national level, Hinduja says some counties and school districts have begun tracking incidents of cyberbullying in-house.
“We want to make a difference,” Hinduja said.
The second focus of the study, electronic dating violence, is not as renowned as cyberbullying, but also uses the power of social media to exert power or control over another person.
Electronic dating violence consists of “various forms of mistreatment from insults and rumour spreads to threats and physical assaults,” said Hinduja, who added that youth growing up in today’s society don’t fully understand what love is, partly due to what they see in the media.
He made an example of the music video for the song “Love the Way You Lie” by Eminem and Rihanna, citing that it glorifies an abusive relationship.
The video follows a young couple through an argument that turns into a physical altercation. And just as the man throws the woman against a wall, the two begin romantically kissing as the chorus comes in.
“Just gonna stand there and watch me burn,” sings Rihanna. “But that’s alright, because I like the way it hurts.”
Scenes like that, Hinduja says, are what may push young adults to enter or remain in unhealthy relationships.
Hinduja was recognized for the 2015 Global Anti-Bullying Hero Award from Auburn University and has been featured on CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360, NPR’s All Things Considered, the BBC and in the New York Times for his work. He and Patchin have co-authored six books on cybercrime together.
“Traditional bullying hasn’t been eradicated yet,” said Hinduja. “But we [as a country] have made a dent in it.”
Hinduja says the current study is on pace to be completed by fall of 2016, about a year away. Besides being disseminated to different scholarly journals and research databases, the study’s findings will also be available on the research center’s website.
Zakaria Sadik is a contributing writer with the University Press. To contact him on this or other stories he can be reached at zsadik@fau.edu or on Twitter.

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Who Is The Target? Anonymous?

CyberHarassment and the CyberBullies

Anyone can become a target of cyberbullies whether you’re just an individual hanging out with personal friends and family on social media or whether you’re a social activist. All that really has to happen is for you to cross paths with people like those named in this blog, trigger some paranoid delusion of theirs and you’re on their hit list.

The entire point of this blog is to send out the message that people are standing up to these bullies by exposing their deceptions when they target and harass people.

Of course when you do that the bullies almost always accuse their targets of bullying by either playing the victim card themselves or falsely accusing them of bullying others. In their bizarre and twisted minds, it’s bullying to defend yourself against bullying. Lol.

I believe that one of the reasons that many teenagers who are the victim of this crime…

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Screw the Blues: CEO Salaries Must Be Regulated

Screw the Blues: CEO Salaries Must Be Regulated
Submitted by ElyssaD on Tue, 2009/06/09 – 8:31am.

To learn that the CEO of Blue Cross Tennessee received a $2 million bonus is really not news at all. It is merely more of the same, and exactly what we can expect if the Healthcare Industry is expected to “curb” their spending. It just ain’t gonna happen.
This is just goes to demonstrate that we MUST have immediate intervention, regulation, oversight and accountability over the Healthcare Marketplace.
I did not need another reason to demonstrate the need for immediate intervention, however for those who do, please read the excerpt below from KnoxViews:
“Blue Cross CEOs gorge on profits from premiums.”
“The chief executive officer of Blue Cross of Tennessee got a big salary boost to over $2 million this year. Searches for “salary president ceo blue cross [statename]” will get you the figures for the rest of the states. To keep it simple, though, let’s just assume that the 50 CEOs of each Blue Cross operation in each of the 50 states makes roughly what the top guy in Tennessee gets, Tennessee not being exactly one of the wealthiest states. That means we’re looking at well over $100 million of our health insurance premiums poured into the homes, yachts, and kids’ private schools of a tiny elite instead of going into the provision of health care for Americans.” -Vigil Proudfoot, KnoxViews available: (link…)
Obama’s plan to come to the table with the Healthcare Industry is being passed off as Healthcare “reform” is a farce. The concept of self-regulation as the newest chapter in healthcare reform effort is a joke, and my concerns continue to grow with each passing day. Since that compromise was made, have any of us seen any movement towards reform or seen our healthcare dollars get more bang for the buck?
Asking or expecting the health industry to reduce costs through self-regulation without accountability is simply ridiculous. Especially when we see reports such as these that show a CEO salary of several million dollars.
Health care is already completely self-regulated and controlled. A person does not have free choice when choosing a provider. Due to an unholy alliance of provider networks, insurance underwriters, pharmaceutical conglomerates and private for profit hospital corporations such as HCA.
By negotiating with providers and developing one-size-fits-all prescription formularies and treatment protocols, we remove the ability for the consumer to make independent informed decisions about the value of various treatment options.
We rely upon one the ratings of physicians who have self-interest in controlling access and information to accurate information through their reliance upon Certification and Licensing Boards. By limiting access into the profession, health care costs are inflated and it is near impossible for the consumer to determine the fair value of a health care service.
Second, the consumer is far removed from the negotiating process, so we do not have a good sense of the fair, free market value of one particular service in comparison to another. All you need to do is look at any EOB (explanation of benefits) report for your last trip to the hospital.
Billing codes are used and assigned through various service departments and the insurance carrier then decides which services are covered and at what rate. They use the terms like “Reasonable and Customary Rates” and then choose to pay 80% of that amount. Therefore, by definition, that 20% must be built in to the billing rates to adjust for the actual (and expected) rate of reimbursement.
Such complicated billing procedures and methods are so complicated and technical that the end recipient of services (the consumer) really has no idea if an X-ray costs $90 or $73. Add into that a separate fee for the radiologist, and sometimes a charge just to use the facility, and even smart people find it difficult to understand.
The bills are then processed by an insurance adjuster who must determine primary and secondary (supplemental) plans and determine who is responsible for what, the end cost and intricate design is truly “priceless.”
Good luck to those people who actually purchased supplemental plans they saw advertised on TV, you have been duped. Giving people (especially the infirm and the elderly) a false sense of security is unfair and unjust.
Without regulation, intervention and enforcement, many people will continue to believe they are prepared and protected from that ultimate for “just in case” scenario that results in major, catastrophic medical loss.
The administrative cost alone on the part of the “Responsible Party” is probably more costly than the initial service they received at whatever hospital for whatever condition.
You cannot apply basic economic theory and free market principles to health care. Health care is fundamentally different and should be considered a public good.
We cannot believe or expect health insurance conglomerates will control their own spending and free from government intervention. We need to do something NOW!
Elyssa Durant

Nashville, TN
“You may not care how much I know, but you don’t know how much I care!”
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Screw The Blues: Reform the Reform

Cross posted: http://information4sale.blogspot.com/2011/06/screw-blues-reform-reform-obama-for.html?m=1
Screw The Blues: Reform the Reform || Obama for America | 2012 | Elyssa Durant:, Ed.M.
I did not need another reason to demonstrate the need for immediate action concerning healthcare reform, however for those who feel Obama’s current plan for reform is right on target, let me try to convince you otherwise. We need IMMEDIATE intervention.  
However for anyone who needs to be reminded that we need to move forward, please read the excerpt below from KnoxViews:
 

“Blue Cross CEOs gorge on profits from premiums.”
 

“The chief executive officer of Blue Cross of Tennessee got a big salary boost to over $2 million this year. Searches for “salary president ceo blue cross [statename]” will get you the figures for the rest of the states. To keep it simple, though, let’s just assume that the 50 CEOs of each Blue Cross operation in each of the 50 states makes roughly what the top guy in Tennessee gets, Tennessee not being exactly one of the wealthiest states. That means we’re looking at well over $100 million of our health insurance premiums poured into the homes, yachts, and kids’ private schools of a tiny elite instead of going into the provision of health care for Americans.”
-Vigil Proudfoot, KnoxViews available: http://knoxviews.mobi/node/11418
To learn that the CEO of Blue Cross Tennessee received a $2 million bonus is really not news at all. It is merely more of the same, and exactly what we can expect if the Healthcare Industry is expected to “curb” their spending. It just ain’t gonna happen. 
  

To learn that the CEO of Blue Cross Tennessee received a $2 million bonus is really not news at all. It is merely more of the same, and exactly what we can expect if the Healthcare Industry is expected to “curb” their spending. It just ain’t gonna happen. 
 

This just goes to show that we MUST have immediate intervention, regulation, oversight, and accountability over the Healthcare Marketplace. Not just the private companies such as Aetna or US HealthCare; make no mistake about it CMS Medicaid and Medicare have plenty of problems that must be addressed those programs are to intended to be the model for the rest of the country. 
Obama’s plan to come to the table with the Healthcare Industry is being passed off as Healthcare “reform” is a farce. The concept of self-regulation as the newest chapter in healthcare reform effort is a joke and my concerns continue to grow with each passing day. Since that compromise was made, have any of us seen any movement towards reform? Is there any evidence that we are moving toward covering the uninsured, lowering the cost of American healthcare or making it more accessible?
 

Asking or expecting the health industry to reduce costs through self-regulation without accountability is simply ridiculous. Especially when we see reports such as these that show a CEO salary of several million dollars.
 

Health care is already completely self-regulated and controlled. A person does not have free choice when choosing a provider. Due to an unholy alliance of provider networks, insurance underwriters, pharmaceutical conglomerates and private for profit hospital corporations such as HCA.
 

By negotiating with providers and developing one-size-fits-all prescription formularies and treatment protocols, we remove the ability for the consumer to make independent informed decisions about the value of various treatment options.
 

We rely upon one the ratings of physicians who have self-interest in controlling access and information to accurate information through their reliance upon Certification and Licensing Boards. By limiting access into the profession, health care costs are inflated and it is near impossible for the consumer to determine the fair value of a health care service.
 

Second, the consumer is far removed from the negotiating process, so we do not have a good sense of the fair, free market value of one particular service in comparison to another. All you need to do is look at any EOB (explanation of benefits) report for your last trip to the hospital.
 

Billing codes are used and assigned through various service departments and the insurance carrier then decides which services are covered and at what rate. They use the terms like “Reasonable and Customary Rates” and then choose to pay 80% of that amount. Therefore, by definition, that 20% must be built in to the billing rates to adjust for the actual (and expected) rate of reimbursement.
 

Such complicated billing procedures and methods are so complicated and technical that the end recipient of services (the consumer) really has no idea if an X-ray costs $90 or $73. Add into that a separate fee for the radiologist, and sometimes a charge just to use the facility, and even smart people find it difficult to understand.
 

The bills are then processed by an insurance adjuster who must determine primary and secondary (supplemental) plans and determine who is responsible for what, the end cost and intricate design is truly “priceless.”
 

Good luck to those people who actually purchased supplemental plans they saw advertised on TV, you have been duped. Giving people (especially the infirm and the elderly) a false sense of security is unfair and unjust.
 

Without regulation, intervention and enforcement, many people will continue to believe they are prepared and protected from that ultimate for “just in case” scenario that results in major, catastrophic medical loss.
 

The administrative cost alone on the part of the “Responsible Party” is probably more costly than the initial service they received at whatever hospital for whatever condition.
 

You cannot apply basic economic theory and free market principles to health care. Health care is fundamentally different and should be considered a public good.
  

We cannot believe or expect health insurance conglomerates will control their own spending and free from government intervention. We need to do something NOW!
  

Elyssa Durant, Ed.M.
Nashville, Tennessee
 

“You may not care how much I know, but you don’t know how much I care!”
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Bullying the Bullies?

CyberHarassment and the CyberBullies

One of the topics I want to cover in this blog is strategies for dealing with cyberharassment since both the professionals and the victims already know the ‘ignore it and it will go away’ mantra doesn’t work.

Well, given that the professionals really don’t seem to have solid ways of treating people with anti-social personality disorders, especially psychopathy and sociopathy (similar but different) we don’t really have much to work with.

So, there are a lot of people out there standing up to bullies and they’re using different strategies. In my opinion, this is a really good thing because we have the opportunity to explore exactly what works and what doesn’t so that we can eventually come up with actual methodologies for dealing with these abusers quickly.

At the moment, they have free reign to abuse people for years on end and often the same people. Some of the teenagers…

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CyberHarassment: A clearly defined pattern

CyberHarassment and the CyberBullies

If you’ve been following my blog for any period of time you will probably have a good idea of the pattern of behaviors which constitute cyberharassment. If you still have doubts that this pattern repeats itself independently and with different cyberharassers targeting different people across the Internet, then watch and listen to this video.

This group of bullies on YouTube are doing to these people exactly what the RatKrew is doing to me and others.

In fact, it’s interesting (and I don’t know if it’s a coincidence or if these guys are all hooking up, yet) that someone using the alias Agent Smith recently appeared on the Axis site and the phrase ‘You are not Anonymous’ is one that I’ve seen used only by Thomas Schroeder (a member of the RatKrew) aka Thomas Cook.

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