Most parents are lacking confidence and feel they are not well informed when it comes to cyber safety, and talking with their children about online security risks. This was the key finding of a major Australian Government survey… Read more »
This week saw the official launch of Australia’s high-speed National Broadband Network (NBN), the planned fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) network that is promising users internet speeds of 100Mb/sec and more. Fortuitously for Roar, Tasmania was selected as the first area… Read more »
Meme Play simulates the online world, warts and all. When you play the Meme game you pit yourself against a barrage of cyber threats and negative online events, as you attempt to navigate the online world safely and securely.
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In the UK the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills (Ofsted) recently reported that outstanding schools have a well-considered, active approach to keeping pupils safe when they are online, and help them to take responsibility for their… Read more »
Findings across Europe suggest that for online teenagers, the rank ordering of risks experienced is fairly similar. Giving out personal information is the most common risky behaviour, followed by encountering pornography online, then by seeing violent or hateful… Read more »