Stay Safe Online
- Be Deadly online. Cyber safety tips for and by indigenous Australians
- Digital Licence quiz
- Department of Justice cybercrime site
Lodging a complaint-electronic form: www.esafety.gov.au/reportcyberbullying
Collecting evidence-taking screenshots: www.esafety.gov.au/reportcyberbullying
Information on eSafety issues: www.esafety.gov.au/issues
The key topic areas have targeted information and video resources for parents and teachers.
- Balancing online time
- Social networking
- Offensive or illegal content
- Digital reputation
- Protecting personal information
- Unwanted contact
- Photos, videos and social media
- Online gaming
Community webinars and presentations: www.esafety.gov.au/communitypresentation
Customised webinars are now available for groups including:
- youth and social workers/counsellors/psychologists within youth focused organisations
- culturally and linguistically diverse communities (CALD)
- sporting groups – for administrators, coaches and athletes
- law enforcement
Each presentation is planned in consultation to ensure they meet your specific needs. Please email if you wish to discuss a presentation for your workplace or group.
Guide to popular social media sites: www.esafety.gov.au/quickguide
There is a description of how some of the popular platforms and apps work, followed by five frequently asked questions (FAQs). The FAQs are:
- Who can access this?
- How can I protect my information?
- How can I report cyberbullying or abuse?
- Are there ways to spend money?
- Where can I get more information?
Downloadable resources: www.esafety.gov.au/brochures
Some of the online resources are available in a selection of languages.
Downloadable resources include:
- Parent’s guide to online safety –
- Parent’s guide to sexting
- Parent’s guide to cyberbullying
- Parent’s guide to social networking
- Parent’s guide to mobile phones
- Words can hurt – A3 poster
- Parent’s guide to online balance
- So you got naked online – brochure and posters
- Parent’s guide to offensive and illegal content
Parent resources: www.esafety.gov.au/parents
Includes answers to many questions parents will have about eSafety issues.
FAQs are answered by experts in their field – in a video format.
Topics covered include:
- Parental controls
- Online grooming
- eSafety basics
- Inappropriate content
- Too much time online