How the Online Safety Act supports those most at risk
eSafety's research shows that some individuals and communities are more at risk of being targeted by online abuse, and at risk of serious harm, due to a range of intersectional factors. These factors include race, religion, cultural background, gender, sexual orientation, disability, and mental health conditions.
New laws help eSafety protect those who are most at risk, so we can all have safe, positive online experiences.
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