When double clicked, the button allows users to talk, report or learn about cybersafety issues such as cyberbullying, scams and fraud, and unwanted contact.Tagged is short film for teenagers about a group of high-school friends who experience first-hand the life consequences caused by cyberbullying, sexting and a negative digital reputation.The package includes self-learning modules for primary and secondary students that can be accessed at home, as well as resources for teachers and parents.
Australia’s first e Safety Commissioner, Alistair Mac Gibbon, commenced his role on 1 July 2015.
"Online safety" is used interchangeably with terms such as "Internet safety", "cybersafety", "Internet security", "online security" and "cyber security".
The risk of using computers, mobile phones and other electronic devices to access the Internet or other social media is that breaches of privacy may lead to fraud, identity theft and unauthorised access to personal information.
Young people are increasingly exposed to an open and collaborative online culture, which allows them to access information, maintain friendships and relationships with family, and engage in creative content production (Collin, Rahilly, Richardson, & Third, 2011).
Young people, however, are at a dynamic stage of development in which risk-taking behaviours and emerging decision-making capacities can lead to negative outcomes (Viner, 2005).