STAYING SAFE ONLINE & IN E-SPORTS

STAYING SAFE ONLINE & IN E-SPORTS

ONLINE SAFETY TIPS

When using the internet, children may be exposed to various online risks, such as having personal data misused or shared without their consent, having profiles accessed by strangers, being exposed to online bullying and harmful one-on-one interactions between adults and minors, including grooming and abuse.

Knowing where to report online abuse and harmful content online, following expert tips and guidance, and protecting personal information is crucial. By following these online safety tips, children and young people, with the help of their parents and carers, can navigate the online world safely and confidently, enjoying the online world while minimizing potential risks.

The eSafety Commissioner (eSafety) helps Australians have safer, positive online experiences. Find out more by visiting the eSafety’s website.

Netsafe help people in Aotearoa New Zealand by providing practical tools, support and advice for managing online challenges. Find out more at Netsafe’s website.

Reporting Online Abuse and Harmful Content Online

In Australia – You can report cyberbullyingadult cyber abuseimage-based abuse (sharing, or threatening to share, intimate images without the c