Talk to a counsellor about cyberbullying or anything that has worried or upset you.
Do you need to talk to someone about cyberbullying or something that has happened online that has made you feel uncomfortable, scared or sad?
Speak to someone at Kids Helpline
Do you, or someone you know, feel anxious, depressed, stressed or has suicidal thoughts as a result of online or offline experiences?
Lifeline provides crisis support 24/7 on 13 11 14.
Report cyberbullying or anything you've seen online that isn't right.
Uncomfortable with someone or something on a popular social or online game site?
Tell the website!
Report offensive content:
Found something that may be an online scam or fraud?
Report it to Scamwatch
Report an online scam or fraud:
Is someone behaving in a sexual way online that makes you feel uncomfortable?
Report it to the Police
Learn how to stay safe online
|Staying safe online
||Dealing with cyberbullying
- Keep your profile set to private and check your settings regularly.
- Don't share personal information, and protect yourself from strangers online.
- Think about your personal safety before you 'check in' or use location based services.
- Manage your digital reputation responsibly.
- Respect others and look after each other online.
- Block the cyberbully.
- Take a screenshot as evidence of the cyberbullying.
- Report offensive material to the website administrator or service provider.
- Talk to a friend or trusted adult.
- For more help, call the Kids Helpline (1800 55 1800) or contact the police (131 444 for non-urgent matters or 000 for emergencies).
Need more information on cybersafety?
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