The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has relaunched its Cybersmart website with an aim to educate kids, parents and teachers on how to safely use the internet. It features three sites for different age groups of children, as well as sites for parents, libraries and schools.

“The world online is powerful and engaging for young people and adults alike, offering a wealth of opportunity. The Cybersmart program enables children, parents, carers, teachers and library staff to manage online risks, so their experiences are safe and positive.

“The Cybersmart program aims to:
Inform children, parents, teachers and library staff about cybersafety issues
Educate audiences through information, resources and practical advice
Empower children to be safe online.”

The website can be found at

Sourced by Tristan Boyd, Editor Ramesh Manocha.