Online disrespect and the spread of misinformation reveals how suspectable we are in a digital age.

SENIOR BYTE  False (or partially false) information spread in times of an emergency can: Hinder your ability to find factual information you need to know how to keep yourself safe; Place people’s physical and financial safety at risk; Divert the time agencies, involved in keeping us all safe, spend on the CORE issues; Delay help getting to those that need […]

Online Safety Educational Framework

2020 vision for online safety in Anglican Schools The framework is a blueprint for schools and online safety education in 2020.  This was released in at the eSafety Commissioner’s conference in October 2019 outlining framed positively but needs to be built on information about the risks, and protective and situational factors that increase the likelihood of harm. The framework underpins Child Safe Principle 8, […]

eSafety Commissioner Children Under 5

Update – Big Ted’s Tech Tips! for 2020! The eSafety Commissioner’s Blog. What you need to know Quality of screen time matters We need to recognise not all screen time is the same. Australian guidelines outline no screen time for children under 2 and 1 hour a day for children up to 5. Recent research outlined by the eSafety Commissioner reveals […]

The Hunting

The Hunting The Hunting is a 4 part miniseries which was created in partnership between the eSafety Commissioner and SBS. This story is an examination of a teen nude photo scandal and its impact on four teenagers, their teachers (school) and families. This was created with the eSafety Commissioner in conjunction with SBS targeting the issues of Image Based Abuse […]