The federal government is developing a new online reporting tool which will allow victims to report cases of non-consensual sharing of intimate images — commonly referred to as “revenge porn” — and to access immediate and tangible support.
Australia’s new Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner received nearly 200 serious cyberbullying complaints, conducted more than thousands of investigations into online child sexual abuse content and educated more than 59,000 students across Australia through virtual classrooms in its first 12 months of operation.
Mobile phones have, in recent years, driven a rapid increase in the number of Australian teenagers going online and there’s also been a surge in the use of wireless hot spots by the teens over four years.
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