Australia's The E-Safety Commissioner


The Children's E-Safety Commissioner was instated by the Federal Government of Australia on the 1st of July 2015.
With the aim of guiding children and young people towards a safe and enjoyable time while they are online, the commissioner also aims to encourages behavioural change where Australians act responsibly, especially the young while they are online as they would act offline.

Also providing parents and teachers and anyone who deals with Children/Teenagers with resources 


Tips:


1. Take Action:
Block the person/people who are harassing you online, and tell someone who you trust (your parents, teacher, school counsellor).

2. Report the Content to the Social Network provider:
For example:  Facebook, Twitter, &  chat sites.

If the content is not removed by the Social Network within 48hours after reporting directly to the site
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3.Collect the Evidence:
- COPY and SAVE the Uniform Resource Locator (URL)  for example: www.teensupportnetwork.org/
- TAKE Screenshots/Photos of the content in question.
- Record The Date and Time of the online attack.

4. Report to The E-Safety Commissioner's Office:
Report all information that you have collected above to the following web address and follow steps provided by the commissioner's office by clicking on the link below:
www.esafety.gov.au/cyberbullying-complaint
 
5. REMEMBER:
If you're immediate danger call triple zero (000)
& If you ever need to talk to anyone Contact Kids Helpline on 1800 55 1800 or Lifeline on 13 11 14
Visit the E-Safety Commissioner's website for more details of the service they provide: https://esafety.gov.au/

One in five children is now exposed to cyber bullying.But now they have a place to go to dob in their tormentors. Cath Turner reports.#7NewsAdl

Posted by Seven News Adelaide on Wednesday, July 1, 2015
Video Source: Seven News Adelaide Facebook Page, Wednesday 1st of July 2015

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