How can I safely use technology?
- Technology safety planning If you're concerned that your partner or a family member is monitoring you by reading your emails, checking your phone calls or following your movements through social media, there are steps you can take to protect your personal information and increase your security online.
- Technology-facilitated abuse This will open (www.esafety.gov.au) Visit the eSafety Commissioner website to find out what technology-facilitated abuse is and how to identify it.
- eSafety issues This will open (www.esafety.gov.au) Learn about online safety issues such as cyber abuse, cyberbullying, image-based abuse, offensive or illegal content, sexting, social engineering, social networking and unwanted contact. Find out where to go for help if you're dealing with unwanted online contact.
- eSafetyWomen This will open (www.esafety.gov.au) The eSafety Women resources aim to help women manage technology risks and abuse by giving them the tools they need to be confident when online. Visit the eSafetyWomen portal for more information.
- Women's Technology Safety and Privacy Toolkit This will open (techsafety.org.au) The Women’s Technology Safety Privacy Toolkit helps women experiencing tech abuse to learn how they can increase their technology safety and privacy. This toolkit includes resource guides on online privacy, safety tips, smartphone privacy, location safety and more.
- Hide your visit This will open (www.courts.qld.gov.au) Find out how to minimise the chances of someone finding out that you've visited the Queensland Courts website.
- Technology check-up This will open (www.esafety.gov.au) We use technology to work, socialise, exercise, bank, shop and travel, but who else has access to our information? Take the technology check-up to help put you in control.