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Office of the eSafety Commissioner

The eSafety Commissioner (eSafety) is Australia’s national independent regulator for online safety.

The Office of eSafety promotes online safety education for Australian young people, parents and educators through our resources and Outreach Program.

They also provide a complaints service for young Australians who experience serious cyberbullying, and for Australians wishing to report illegal online content.

eSafetyWomen is another important arm of our program - empowering Australian women to take control of their online experiences.

At the Office, all resources and services are underpinned by our evidence-based research into internet use, online safety, e-security and other related issues.

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Last reviewed: April 2021

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples | eSafety Commissioner

A quick guide for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who have experienced image-based abuse or revenge porn, or want to support someone who has.

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Your digital reputation | eSafety Commissioner

Our online profiles have become a digital resume anyone can google your name or check out your social media accounts, including potential employers, universities and others.

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Support | eSafety Commissioner

Get help and support for image-based abuse, including counselling, tips for coping, and how to talk to friends and family.

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Young People | eSafety Commissioner

Practical advice for young people about staying safe online

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Online safety checklist | eSafety Commissioner

This checklist sets out the essential online safety steps for anyone in a domestic and family violence situation.

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Deal with sextortion | eSafety Commissioner

Tips on what to do if someone is threatening to share an intimate image of you unless you give into their demands.

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Get help to remove images and video | eSafety Commissioner

If you are experiencing image-based abuse or ‘revenge porn’, here are our top tips for removing intimate images and video.

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3D printers | eSafety Commissioner

3D printers allow users to create three-dimensional solid objects from a digital design

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Bluetooth | eSafety Commissioner

We use Bluetooth to wirelessly connect our devices together. Here is how to stay safe while using Bluetooth.

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Connecting online | eSafety Commissioner

Statistics on young people’s experiences interacting with strangers, making friends online and sharing information with others.

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