eSmart Week: Cyberbullying
National eSmart Week
is a week where communities come together to encourage smart, safe and responsible use of digital technology. It creates awareness, solutions and ideas about cyber safety, bullying and wellbeing online, and offline. National eSmart week will be held from 2-8 September, in line with National Child Protection Week.
Has your child been the victim of cyberbullying? Have you encountered prohibited material while browsing online? This eSmart Week find out about the options open to you to report cyberbullying and offensive content online.
Cyberbullying is a serious issue that can occur across a wide variety of mediums. If your child experiences cyberbullying there are steps you can take to report this behaviour. By following the below links you can find out more information about cyberbullying and the action you can take as a parent.
If you encounter prohibited or offensive material or content that you feels violates the terms and conditions of the service you are using, there are options available to you. The links below outline what you can report and to who.
National eSmart Week is an initiative developed by the Alannah & Madeline Foundation, in partnership with the Telstra Foundation.