Cybersafety

Cybersecurity: basic links

eSafety – the original Government link.
iParent – contains eSafety resources for all parents.
Terms of Service; Didn’t Read – rates Terms of Service documents, and what details aren’t to be skipped.
Ghostery – controls ads, reduces tracking, and protects your data.
AccountKiller – extensive list of how to terminate online accounts, including if it’s possible (or not!).
DuckDuckGo – a much more secure alternative to Google, which is also available on iOS devices.


Help!

Report offensive or illegal content – report online content to the eSafety Commissioner here.
Offline reporting – what to do/alternative actions for reporting offline (in person) threats that are offensive and/or illegal.

Crime Stoppers – 1800 333 000
Police Assistance Line – 131 444
Emergencies – 000


Statistics for parents

Research library – miscellaneous collection of statistics for all ages and topics.
Manage web-connected devices – implement safety and control over your child and their online time.
Online parenting – options for what could possibly work best for you.
Kids online – risks, benefits, and what parents need to know about the internet.


Important links

So you got naked online? – how to help if your son/daughter is affected by sexting.
Age limits: social media – is your child old enough to use this app?
Is your child being cyberbullied? – what to do if you’re concerned about your child online.
Should my child be on social media? – things to consider before giving your child the green light.


Help links: social media

Each link redirects to the appropriate help and support page.
Please contact us if you would like us to add a site to this list:

Facebook
Twitter
Google: Youtube
Google: Safety Centre
Instagram
Snapchat
Kik
Skype
Myspace
Pinterest
MeetMe
Yubo/Yellow
Musical.ly
Tumblr
Steam
IMVU