eSafetyWomen


The eSafetyWomen site https://www.esafety.gov.au/women  provides advice and practical information to women about online safety and technology-facilitated abuse and invites women to:

  • conduct a technology check-up and discover ways to protect themselves and their personal information online
  • take a virtual tour to find ways to safeguard themselves at home, in the car and using personal devices
  • watch case study videos showing ways women can take control of technology in their lives.

The following Media releases are worth reading and contains several links to information and case studies –

https://www.esafety.gov.au/about-the-office/newsroom/media-releases/giving-women-tech-tools-to-take-control

http://www.smartsafe.org.au/technology-facilitated-stalking-and-abuse-putting-our-legal-framework-test