This Safer Internet Day, the Office of the eSafety Commissioner is calling on everyone to play it safe and fair online.
With so much of our time spent online, it has never been more important to promote the safe use of technology, build digital skills and help all Australians have safer, more positive experiences online.
To us here at the ACCCE, that means being honest about your online experiences and telling a trusted adult about a negative experience you might have had online, and for parents and carers to regularly have conversations with their children about online safety.
AFP staff, and particularly those who are parents, carers, or the influencer of children themselves, are encouraged to register and take part in eSafety’s useful webinars at: https://www.esafety.gov.au/parents/webinars
The Safer Internet Day campaign raises awareness about online safety for people of all ages and is celebrated in 170 countries.
Through simple actions like being safe, respectful and kind, we can all #PlayitFairOnline.
Explore eSafety's range of resources to find out how you and your community can get involved in the 2022 campaign.
We are proud to support Safer Internet Day on 8 February 2022 and join forces with eSafety to tackle online abuse.
Sign up to support #SID2022 esafety.gov.au/sid