Too many Aussie parents are in the dark about the sex and violence kids see every day online, according to a new study by the eSafety Commissioner,
A new law gives teeth to Australia's eSafety Commissioner to hold tech companies accountable for online abuse.
A study that tracked the online activity of nearly six million kids, found 90% of teens and two-thirds of tweens consistently encountered "stomach-churning" messages around drugs, sex, and self-harm.
On Roblox, pornographic material sits right alongside kids’ innocent game creations. And that’s despite efforts by Roblox to block it.
A new survey of 2000 mums and dads with school-age children found overwhelming agreement: It’s harder than ever to let kids be kids.
Tom was 11 when he saw online porn for the first time. He didn’t go looking for it.
Having difficult conversations with our kids is ... well, difficult. And having difficult conversations about staying safe and healthy online is arguably the most difficult parenting feat of them all.
The tech giant Google is being called out for its complicity with pornographers - including those who trade in the sexual assault of children.
It’s like TikTok, but for sex - and with the promise of easy money thrown in for good measure.