- Learn how to report bullying, threatening or nasty messages
- Have a look at the latest cyber bullying and internet safety news
- Chat Slang and Acronyms - Parents, don't understand what your kids are saying in those instant messaging conversations? Check out our resource for more information.
- How to Report Emails with full headers - A step-by-step guide to displaying email headers in your email program
- Got a tip or a suggestion? Contact us
Resources on other websites:
Internet Safety Resources
- CyberSmart - The Australian Government's Internet Safety Initiative. A great resource for parents and schools.
- Google Australia's Family Safety Centre
- The Virtual Global Taskforce is an alliance of police forces from around the world working together to fight online child abuse.
- Microsoft Safety & Security Center - Family Safety
- Reporting illegal and offensive content on the internet (Australia only) - The Australian Communication and Media Authority
- Kids Helpline (Australia only) - talk to a counseller about anything happening online that worries you
- bNetSavvy's Glossary of Tech Terms, A-Z
- Journal of Law, Information & Science - Cyberbullying in Social Networking Sites and Blogs: Legal Issues for Young People and Schools (Faculty of Law, University of Tasmania)
- O2's guide to keeping children safe on mobiles and the internet.
- The Australian Communication and Media Authority'sCybersmart Digital Citizens Guide, promoting positive engagement with the online world.
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- "What is Cyberbullying?" handout (155kb Adobe pdf file)
- Cyber bullying - Able Publishing Term 3 Newsletter
- Parenting Tips: Cyberbullying - June 2007. Published by PARED, as a service to AHISA
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