Office of the eSafety Commissioner (Australia)
Basic Online Safety Expectations: summary of industry responses to the first mandatory transparency notices - December 2022
Online service providers are required to report on how they are implementing the 'Basic Online Safety Expectations' set out by the Australian government. This report shows significant variation in the steps being taken by providers to protect users and the wider Australian public.
Evaluation of the disability workforce and frontline worker program
The eSafety Women training program was independently evaluated 12 months after its launch. This evaluation found that the program successfully provided professional development training to workers supporting women who are experiencing or at risk of experiencing technology-facilitated abuse.
‘How bad should it be before I tell someone?’
This report starts with an overview of the online activities of people with intellectual disability. It then examines their understanding and experiences of online abuse. Finally, it explores their information and support needs, and identifies guiding principles for resource development.
Basic Online Safety Expectations: regulatory guidance
This guidance is for members of the general public, industry and other stakeholders who require information about the Basic Online Safety Expectations to increase the transparency and accountability of online service providers, thereby helping to incentivise and improve safety standards.
Process evaluation of Crushed But Okay campaign
seeks to build young men’s capacity to manage their feelings in response to perceived rejection and to model respectful and ethical online communication. This innovative approach seeks to complement existing resources that aim to change attitudes around masculinity, increase awareness of the impact of image-based...