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Cyber Safety


The Cybersmart program is a national cybersafety education program managed by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA), as part of the Australian Government’s commitment to promoting online safety for children and young people.


Cybersmart - Internet and mobile safety advice and activities

Designed to help children and whole families find out how to be cybersmart and  use the Internet safely.



Digital Safety: Staying Safe Online

Budget Direct offers good avice on how to be safe when shopping online, keeping in touch with friends and paying bills.



Cyber Safety Solutions

Founded by Susan McLean, CyberSafetySolutions is Australia’s first and foremost provider of comprehensive Cybersafety Education. Formerly known as SAL Consultants, a name change in 2009 brought all of Susan McLean’s expertise together in the one site. Established in early 2007 after Susan became widely known for  her unique knowledge and expertise in all areas of Cybersafety, Susan McLean is now acknowledged as Australia’s foremost expert in the area of cyber safety and young people.


Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy

Links and information about the Australian Governments Cyber Safety Plan.


Something In Common

BackMeUp is an anti-cyberbullying campaign designed to help you understand your rights, and the rights of others, how cyberbullying can affect these human rights, and what you can do about it.
We’ve all heard about cyberbullying. You may have even been a victim of cyberbullying. But how often do we talk about the bystanders? You know, people who know it’s happening, but don’t want to get involved?

Bystanders can make a HUGE difference because:
  *Bystanders are often present online when bullying occurs.
  *When bystanders intervene, bullying is likely to stop.

C’mon, make a difference. Get cracking and make an online video about how you and others can back-up someone who is being cyberbullied.
Check out the videos created by 13-17 year olds about how to help your friends out if you see them getting cyberbullied.


Think U Know

ThinkUKnow is an Internet safety program delivering interactive training to parents, carers and teachers through schools and organisations across Australia using a network of accredited trainers.
Created by the UK Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre, ThinkUKnow Australia has been developed by the Australian Federal Police (AFP) and Microsoft Australia, and is now proudly supported by ninemsn and DATACOM. 

A website with information and links devided in two sections :

For Parent, Carers and Teachers.

For Young People 11 - 17 years old.

Check out their links for more info:

What's Cool Online?

What Can Go Wrong?

Who Can I Tell

How Can I Help?

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