This report presents the findings of an inquiry into cyber-safety for Indigenous Australians. The inquiry investigated Internet and communication technology take-up, the risks and benefits of smart phones, online racism and cyberbullying, cultural connection and conflict, differences in rural and urban areas, and recent cyber-safety initiatives. The report discusses these issues and recommends that a more in-depth inquiry with a longer time frame would be appropriate.
Title from PDF cover.
Chair: Catryna Bilyk.
Referred to on website as: Inquiry into issues surrounding cyber-safety for Indigenous Australians.
Includes bibliographical references.
This work is licensed under the Creative Common Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Australia License.
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