Students from grades five to eight participated in a number of workshops on cyber bullying. staying safe online and cyber security as part of a Digital Smarts Day organised by Singtel Optus on Wednesday.
Seven “social entrepreneurs” from the 2018 Optus Future Makers program have each secured a share of $280,000 in grant funding to help with the development of their digital innovations.
Optus is on the lookout for technology solutions for its second annual Future Makers programme which have the potential to contribute to employability, education and the well-being of disadvantaged young people.
still expensive and rubbish
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I'd put these criminals in the same boat as pseudo scientists.