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Media Alert: eSafety Doorstop – 2:30pm today

eSafety Commissioner < 1 mins read

eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant will address media on the spread of distressing and harmful online material.

2:30pm 16 April 2024, Pirrama Park Pyrmont (opposite 65 Pirrama Road Pyrmont NSW)


About us:

The eSafety Commissioner is Australia’s independent regulator for online safety. Our purpose is to help safeguard all Australians from online harms and to promote safer, more positive online experiences. 

  

eSafety acts as a safety net for Australians who report cyberbullying, serious online abuse or image-based abuse. We can also investigate and remove seriously harmful illegal and restricted content. Find out more: eSafety.gov.au


Contact details:

For media inquiries, contact media@esafety.gov.au or phone 0439 519 684 (calls only, no text) 

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