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NSW Government launches campaign to help stop image-based abuse
Smart shopping for tech gifts this holiday season
Police charge man over sexual assault of teenage girl met through social media
National Children’s Week 2020
Second edition of Australia’s Biggest Child Safety Lesson
Report finds new approaches to bullying needed for young Australians
Neighbour Help Card: Offer your support and help someone in need today
Police charge man with grooming and child abuse offences – Hornsby
Police charge man over sexual assault of young girl met through social media
Man charged as part of JACET investigation
Territorians warned of dangers of sextortion
QUT research gets top marks for online safety education
CBA moves on technology-facilitated abuse
New resources for keeping universities safer online
R U in Control of your meeting?
Increase of online scams during COVID-19
Keeping our kids safe online during COVID-19
Keeping our children safe online
Government and internet providers finalise protocol to block terrorist and graphic violent content
Increased reporting needed to stamp out image-based abuse
Parliamentary Committee recommends mandatory age verification for online pornography and wagering
Tackling spread of image-based abuse: world-first research on sharing of non-consensual images released at eSafety19 conference
Protecting Australians from terrorist material online
SBS partners with eSafety Commissioner to create educational resources about cyber safety
Urgent need to shore up financial defences of older Australians
ESafety joins global project combating online child abuse with AI
New Report: Parents urged to seek support with children’s online safety
An important message from investigators who have seen it all
New online safety campaign to help start chat
More support for women experiencing abuse through technology
Statement: eSafety advice on the Momo Challenge
Young Australians keen to help older generations get online
Statewide help and support for older Australians to engage with technology more safely
Seeking help for tech abuse more difficult for culturally diverse women
New programs to support victims of family and domestic violence