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Promoting online safety
- We had over 1.2 million website visitors and more than 3.85 million page views.
Providing online safety education
- We had over 140,000 participants through our eSafety outreach program.
- We reached over 26,500 subscribers a month with our eSafetynews e-newsletter.
Empowering Australian women
- We had over 23,800 visitors to the eSafetyWomen website, with almost 100,000 page views.
- We held 152 workshops, with over 3,400 participants.
- We had over 1,900 registered users of the eSafetyWomen online learning management resource.
Supporting older Australians
- We had 92,814 visitors to the Digital Literacy for Older Australians learning portal, with 2,413,188 page views.
- We had more than 2,400 attendees at eSafety presentations and webinars.
Tackling image-based abuse (IBA)
- We were successful in having 90% of cases of IBA material removed on request.
Fighting illegal content and abhorrent violent material
- We conducted 12,126 investigations into potentially prohibited online content.
- We identified 9,242 URLs hosting material likely to be prohibited, of which 8,500 were sufficiently serious to warrant referral to law enforcement. More than 99% of these provided access to child sexual abuse material.
- We issued 4 notices to overseas services in relation to abhorrent violent material.
- We received 531 complaints about serious cyberbullying targeting Australian children.
- We referred over 3,470 people to the Kids Helpline website.