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Troll Man and Cyber Tyger

Free Child Cyber Safety Information

Troll Man and Cyber Tyger are two internet safety character concepts I created a couple years ago to teach young children (K-5) basic internet safety skills. Having many other priorities in launching iPredator Inc. and helping online users, Troll Man and Cyber Tyger always remained web pages on our web site with plans to address and then launch them step-by-step. Troll Man and Cyber Tyger are internet safety characters with the goal of one day finding a special graphic designer to create vector images so they could be properly launched to schools, parents and anyone with young children. Troll Man and Cyber Tyger have always been public domain and free to anyone. The goal is to enable Cyber Tyger to become a partner to McGruff the Crime Dog if he is lucky enough. Until then, below you can review and download, at no cost, the web pages and images I created to help educate young children about internet safety and cyber attack prevention.

To download/print any of the web pages linked below, simply click on the print button at the top or bottom of all our website or blog pages. As of December 2014, our Dark Psychology and Dr. Internet Safety blogs have new Troll Man and Cyber Tyger pages. To download images, simply right click on any image and then choose “save as” in your drop down menu. Pasted in this announcement blog post are brief definitions of Troll Man and Cyber Tyger, their web page links and then a brief biography of our NYS internet safety company, iPredator Inc. Our contact details are pasted below and as Cyber Tyger always shouts,

Take a Megabyte out of Cybercrime!

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CYBER TYGER

Cyber Tyger (aka, Cybr Tygrrr!) is a young white tiger superhero who protects young kids online (K-5). Cyber Tyger helps protect kids from cyberbullies and the dangers of cyberspace. When he was born, the doctors used digital technology to help his mother’s birth, which gave him super cyber powers. Cyber Tyger and his adversaries, including his archenemy Troll Man, were originally conceived in 2011 to educate young kids about internet safety and cyber attack prevention. Cyber Tyger and Troll Man were designed to introduce internet safety concepts to young children (K-5).

TROLL MAN

Troll Man (aka, Trollman) is a pediatric internet safety super villain, internet safety character, online scoundrel and enemy of the internet safety superhero, Cyber Tyger, who protects young children (K-5). Cyber Tyger and his adversaries, including Troll Man’s profile, were originally conceived in 2011 as a means to educate young children about internet safety and cyber attack prevention. As a Cyborg with digital powers, Troll Man travels through cyberspace cheating, lying and stealing from online users. Troll Man and Cyber Tyger were designed to introduce internet safety concepts to young children (K-5).

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TROLL MAN & CYBER TYGER PAGES

  • Cyber Tyger-Internet Safety Super Villain for Kids-2015
  • Visit Dark Psychology to read about Dr. Nuccitelli’s Cyber Tyger pediatric internet safety super hero character 2015 updates for young children.
  • https://darkpsychology.co/cyber-tyger-2015/
  • Troll Man-Internet Safety Super Villain for Kids-2015
  • Visit Dark Psychology to read about Dr. Nuccitelli’s Troll Man pediatric internet safety super villain character 2015 updates for young children.
  • https://darkpsychology.co/troll-man-trollman/
  • Troll Man vs. Cyber Tyger-Internet Safety for Kids
  • Visit Dark Psychology to read or download, at no cost, about internet safety for kid’s characters, Cyber Tyger and Troll Man by Michael Nuccitelli, Psy.D.
  • https://darkpsychology.co/troll-man-cyber-tyger/
  • Troll Man-Pediatric Internet Safety Super Villain-2015
  • Visit Dr. Internet Safety to read about Dr. Nuccitelli’s Troll Man pediatric internet safety super villain character 2015 updates for young children.
  • https://drinternetsafety.com/troll-man-trollman/
  • Cyber Tyger-Pediatric Internet Safety Super Hero-2015
  • Visit Dr. Internet Safety to read about Dr. Nuccitelli’s Cyber Tyger pediatric internet safety super hero character 2015 updates for young children.
  • https://drinternetsafety.com/cyber-tyger-2015/
  • Troll Man vs. Cyber Tyger-Child Internet Safety Characters
  • Visit Dr. Internet Safety to read or download, at no cost, about internet safety for kid’s mascots, Cyber Tyger and Troll Man by Michael Nuccitelli, Psy.D.
  • https://drinternetsafety.com/troll-man-vs-cyber-tyger/

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  • Visit iPredator’s Troll Man webpage to review or download, at no cost, information about the pediatric internet troll super villain called Troll Man.
  • https://www.ipredator.co/troll-man/
  • Cyber Tyger-Pediatric Internet Safety Super Hero
  • Visit iPredator’s Cyber Tyger webpage to review or download, at no cost, information about the pediatric internet safety super hero called Cyber Tyger.
  • https://www.ipredator.co/cyber-tyger/
  • Cyber Tyger and Troll Man | Internet Safety for Kids
  • Visit iPredator to read or download, at no cost, about internet safety for kid’s characters, Cyber Tyger and Troll Man by Michael Nuccitelli, Psy.D.
  • https://www.ipredator.co/cyber-tyger-and-troll-man/

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PSA DISCLAIMER

iPredator Inc.’s internet safety themed content and images are public domain, free to download and does not require attribution. However, iPredator Inc. does not allow plagiarism or claims that parties other than iPredator Inc. are the authors. All concepts, constructs and commercial products offered at our websites, sister blogs and social networking sites are protected by copyright. Everything we disseminate is public domain and free to use, but not to profit from by stating you are the intellectual property owner. In the age of Copyright and Patent Trolls, it is unfortunate we have to state this claim.

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IPREDATOR INC.

iPredator Inc. is a New York State based Information Age Forensics and Internet Safety Company founded to provide educational and advisory products & services to consumers and organizations on internet safety, cyberbullying, online psychopathy, cyberstalking, cybercrime, internet defamation, cyber terrorism, online sexual predation, cybercriminal & dark psychology. Created by a NYS licensed psychologist and certified forensic consultant, Michael Nuccitelli Psy.D., their goal is to reduce victimization, theft and disparagement from online assailants.

Although iPredator Inc. has joined a multitude of social networking sites, feel free to visit the social sites listed below they use as their information and announcement vehicles. Dr. Nuccitelli and iPredator Inc. consultants are always available, at no cost, to interact with media and consult with all online users. To invite Dr. Nuccitelli to conduct training, services or consultation, please use this blog’s contact us form, email him at drnucc@ipredatorinc.com or via phone at 347-871-2416.

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iPredator Inc. is a NYS based Information Age Forensics Company founded to provide educational and advisory products & services to online users on cyberbullying, cyber harassment, cyberstalking, cybercrime, internet defamation, cyber terrorism, online sexual predation and cyber deception. Created by a NYS licensed psychologist and certified forensic consultant, Michael Nuccitelli Psy.D., their goal is to reduce victimization, theft and disparagement from online assailants. In addition to assisting citizens, iPredator Inc.’s mission is to initiate a nationally sustained internet safety and cyber attack prevention educational & awareness campaign with the help of private, state and federal agencies.
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Phone: 347-871-2416

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Manoj Benjamin, a special thanks is to you and Royal Indian Raj for your charitable donation to iPredator Inc. and our cyberbullying prevention internet safety initiatives. Thanks to Mr. Benjamin, iPredator Inc. will be able to allocate additional operating funds to disseminating educational information to parents, educators and pediatric professionals. People like Manoj Benjamin and Royal Indian Raj encourage those of us endeavoring to help stop the growth of nefarious and online malevolent online activities. A brief overview of my introduction to Manoj on Google+.

On November 26, 2014, on the night before Thanksgiving here in New York, I took a quick break between finishing my 2015 cyberbullying tactics article and preparing to upload this information to iPredator’s internet safety website and two sister blogs, Dark Psychology & Dr. Internet Safety. Checking my email, there was a notice from PayPal informing me a Mr. Manoj Benjamin of Royal Indian Raj International Corporation Ltd. having earlier in the day make a donation to iPredator. Having met Manoj through Google Plus and recently speaking with him on the phone, I was familiar with his identity and honored at the same time. The attached PayPal memo from Mr. Benjamin simply stated, Thank you Dr. Nuccitelli for all your hard work to help families learn about internet safety and ways to protect children of the Information Age.

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All I can say I was humbled by Mr. Benjamin’s kind gesture. Manoj Benjamin is a gentleman from Vancouver, Canada who I recently had the pleasure to meet in Google+. Both of us being fascinated with the concept called the Internet of Things, we regularly chat in Google+ and exchange educational links. With Manoj’s interest in Smart City’s and my interest in Internet Safety and Cyber Attack Prevention, we always have plenty to discuss. About a week ago, Mr. Benjamin and I spent a couple hours on the phone talking about the future of information technology and its impact upon society and future generations.

I am honored to be his new friend and colleague. This note here, which will remain in this webpage, is my way of saying “Thank You” to Manoj Benjamin. Thank you Manoj and your donation will be used for iPredator’s internet safety initiatives. In addition to this post being a letter of appreciation to Manoj Benjamin and Royal Indian Raj, Pasted below are the websites and blogs I have uploaded my web article “Cyberbullying Tactics 2015″. At iPredator Inc.’s iPredator, Dark Psychology and Dr. Internet Safety sites and at my two colleague’s sites, Education News and Flory’s, downloading my web article is no cost and requires no personal information. Also pasted below is our Pinterest Board with all the educational images free to download. Thank you Mr. Benjamin and have an internet safe holiday season to all online users.

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Cyberbullying Tactics 2015 Information

Cyberbullying Tactics 2015 is a prevention education article and webpage authored by Michael Nuccitelli, Psy.D. of iPredator Inc., resulting from his research conducted in October 2014 on bullying and cyberbullying. Cyberbullying is one typology included in his Information Age darkside of human consciousness construct called iPredator. From his research, Dr. Nuccitelli compiled 42 ways children of the Information Age engage in cyberbullying.

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iPredator Inc. is a NYS based Information Age Forensics Company founded to provide educational and advisory products & services to online users on cyberbullying, cyber harassment, cyberstalking, cybercrime, internet defamation, cyber terrorism, online sexual predation and cyber deception. Created by a NYS licensed psychologist and certified forensic consultant, Michael Nuccitelli Psy.D., their goal is to reduce victimization, theft and disparagement from online assailants. In addition to assisting citizens, iPredator Inc.’s mission is to initiate a nationally sustained internet safety and cyber attack prevention educational & awareness campaign with the help of private, state and federal agencies.<br />
New York, New York
US
Phone: 347-871-2416

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Cyberbullying Tactics and Types of Cyberbullying Sought for 2015 PSA Educational Article. 38 2014 Tactics Pasted Below. Below I’ve pasted 38 Cyberbullying Tactics from 2014 and I’m now compiling iPredator’s Cyberbullying Tactics for 2015. Please scan the short definitions list below and comment to this post with new tactics not listed. My goal is to have the “2015 Cyberbullying Tactics” internet safety article available by Thanksgiving.

  1. Exclusion: Exclusion is a cyberbullying tactic that is highly effective and directly targets a minor’s developmental need to feel accepted and part of a social construct.
  2. Flaming: Flaming is a cyberbullying tactic defined as an online passionate argument that frequently includes profane or vulgar language.
  3. Exposure: Exposure is a cyberbullying tactic that includes the public display, posting or forwarding of personal communication, images or video by the cyberbully personal to the target minor.
  4. eIntimidation: This is a cyberbully tactic used to inspire fear in the target minor by communicating threats that may be direct or implied using email as the vehicle of communication.
  5. Cyber Harassment: Harassment is sending hurtful messages to the target minor that is worded in a severe, persistent or pervasive manner causing the respondent undue concern.
  6. Phishing: Phishing is a cyberbully tactic that requires tricking, persuading or manipulating the target minor into revealing personal and/or financial information about themselves and/or their loved ones.
  7. Impersonation: Impersonation or “imping” as a tactic in cyberbullying can only occur with the “veil of anonymity” offered by Information and Communications Technology.
  8. Denigration: Used in both classic and cyberbullying, denigration is a term used to describe when cyberbullies send, post, or publish cruel rumors, gossip and untrue statements about a target minor to intentionally damage their reputation or friendships.
  9. Mobile Device Image Sharing: Not only a tactic used in cyberbullying, but a form of information exchange that can be a criminal act if the images are pornographic or graphic enough depicting under aged minors.
  10. Non-Consensual Image and Video Dissemination: The usage of images and video as a cyberbullying tactic has become a growing concern that many communities, law enforcement agencies, and schools are taking seriously.
  11. Interactive Gaming Harassment: Interactive games on online gaming devices allow minors to communicate by chat and live Internet phone with others they are matched with online.
  12. Pornography and Marketing List Insertion: A frustrating and embarrassing tactic committed by cyberbullies is signing the target minor up to numerous pornography and/or junk marketing e-mailing and instant messaging marketing lists.
  13. Cyberstalking: Cyberstalking includes threats of harm, intimidation, and/or offensive comments sent through Information and Communications Technology channels.
  14. Griefing: Griefing is a term used to describe when a cyberbully habitually and chronically causes frustration to the target minor and his/her peers by not following the rules of an interactive online video game and intentionally disrupting the immersion of another player in their gameplay.
  15. Password Theft & Lockout: A cyberbully steals the target minor’s password and begins to chat with other people, pretending to be the target minor (a.k.a. Impersonation.)
  16. Web Page Assassination: This is a tactic whereby the cyberbully creates websites that insult or endanger the target minor.
  17. Voting & Polling Booth Degradation: Some websites offer online users the opportunity to create online polling/voting booths that are free of charge and easy to post.
  18. Bash Boards: Bash Boards are online bulletin boards where minors post anything they choose and frequented by both the cyberbully and target minor’s peer groups and school acquaintances.
  19. Trickery: Trickery is a tactic similar to phishing in that a cyberbully purposely tricks a target minor into divulging secrets, private information, and/or embarrassing information about themselves and then publishes that information online.
  20. Happy Slapping: Happy Slapping is a relatively new type of cyberbullying that integrates the rapid growth of video online and classic bullying.
  21. Text Wars and Text Attacks: Text Wars and Text Attacks are cyberbullying tactics when the cyberbully and a group of his/her accomplices’ gang up on the target minor by sending hundreds of emails or text messages.
  22. Malicious Code Dissemination: Sending malicious code is a cyberbullying tactic whereby malicious information is sent intentionally to a target minor to damage or harm their ICT.
  23. Warning Wars: Internet Service Providers (ISP) offers a way for consumers to report an online user who is posting inappropriate or abusive information.
  24. Screen Name Mirroring: Screen Name Mirroring is a cyberbullying tactic used against a target minor by constructing a screen name or user name that is very similar to the target minor’s name.
  25. Cyber Drama: Cyber Drama is a cyberbullying tactic that is a lot more common than extreme cases of cyberbullying. Cyber Drama tends to be gossip that was not supposed to be shared on a blog or a “flame war” that ends after a few messages.
  26. Sexting: Sexting is the slang term for the use of a cell phone or other Information and Communications Technologies to distribute images or videos of a sexually explicit nature.
  27. Pseudonym Stealth: A pseudonym is a nickname cyberbullies use when they are online as opposed to when offline. They do this to keep their real identity a secret from the target minor.
  28. Instant Messaging Attacks: Instant Messaging is a type of communications service that enables online users to create a private chat room with another individual.
  29. Cyberbullying by Proxy: Cyberbullying by Proxy is a tactic when a cyberbully encourages or persuades others to engage in deprecating and harassing a target minor.
  30. Social Media Cyberbullying: Social Media Cyberbullying is a tactic used by which the cyberbully persuades the target minor to include them in their “friends” or “buddy” lists and then begins to contact the target minor’s friends, peers and loved ones disseminating disparaging information about the target minor.
  31. Digital Piracy Inclusion: Digital or Internet Piracy is broadly defined as the illegal reproduction and distribution of copyrighted material on the internet using Information and Communications Technology.
  32. Tragedy News Mirroring: Local/National Tragedy Mirroring is a cyberbullying tactic whereby a cyberbully threatens a target minor that he/she will allege that the target minor is planning and preparing to engage in a violent activity directed at the targeted minor’s school or community.
  33. Slut Shaming: Slut Shaming is a cyberbullying tactic primarily targeting a female. A form of sexual cyberbullying, Slut Shaming occurs when a cyberbully records images or videos of the target minor that can easily be construed as sexually provocative.
  34. Cyber Threats: Cyber Threats is a cyberbullying tactic whereby a cyberbully actively engaged in passive aggressive strategies of informing the target minor that he or she is in danger from unknown or felonious assailants.
  35. Trolling: Trolling is the pediatric cyberbullying method of what has been termed, Internet Troll. Internet Trolls are often adults who disparage and harass unidentified online users, but the cyberbullying troll knows the identity of the target minor.
  36. Sextortion: Sextortion is a cyberbullying tactic by which minors exploit other minors for sex and/or sexually themed activities in exchange for not disclosing embarrassing and humiliating information about the target minor.
  37. Twitter Pooping: Twitter Pooping is a colloquial expression used to define the cyberbullying tactic of using Tweets to disparage and humiliate a target minor.
  38. Micro-Visual Cyberbullying: Micro-Visual Cyberbullying is a communication channel that is a future cyberbullying tactic trend.

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iPredator Inc.

iPredator Inc.: iPredator Inc. is a New York State based Internet Safety & Forensics company founded in September 2011 providing products & services regarding cyberbullying, cyber harassment, cyberstalking, cybercrime, internet defamation, cyber terrorism, online sexual predation, internet trolls, internet addiction, online child pornography, online deception, cyber attacks and the new fields they are pioneering termed, Cybercriminal Psychology & Cybercriminal Profiling.

Created by a NYS licensed psychologist and forensic consultant, Michael Nuccitelli Psy.D., their goal is to reduce victimization, theft and disparagement from online assailants. For visitors interested in learning more about Dark Psychology & iPredator, outside their parent website, please visit their many social site profiles. Although iPredator Inc. has joined a multitude of social networking sites, feel free to visit the Google Plus & other social sites listed below used as their information and announcement vehicles.

Dr. Nuccitelli and iPredator Inc. consultants are always available, at no cost, to interact with media and consult with online users. To contact Dr. Nuccitelli about training, education, investigation or consultation, please email him at drnucc@ipredatorinc.com or via phone at 347-871-2416.

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