繁體中文 (Traditional Chinese)
Explore online safety advice and resources in Traditional Chinese.
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On this page:
- Domestic and family violence
- Adult cyber abuse
- Resources for parents and carers
- Resources for school teachers
- Basic digital skills
Domestic and family violence
Advice and information to assist people who are experiencing online abuse as part of domestic and family violence.
Packaged file includes
- Guide 1 - Keep your device safe and secure
- Guide 2 - Using social media safely
- Guide 3 - The red flags—are you at risk
- Guide 4 - Get support
- Guide 5 - Get legal help
- Guide 6 - Helping children
- Guide 7 - Dealing with image-based abuse
Adult cyber abuse
A factsheet explaining what adult cyber abuse includes and how to respond to it.
Resources for parents and carers
Start The Chat - TVC - Son - Traditional Chinese
Start The Chat - TVC - Daughter - Traditional Chinese
Start the Chat - TVC – Parents – Traditional Chinese
Start The Chat - TVC - Communities - Traditional Chinese
Resources for school teachers
An award-winning short film supported by teaching resources that encourages young people to reflect on the consequences of cyberbullying, sharing intimate images, and a negative digital reputation. Suitable for 14 to 17 year-olds.
About the film (19 mins): When a group of high-school friends post a rumour about a rival it sparks a chain reaction that leaves no one untouched. Cyberbullying, sexting, filmed fights and police involvement ensue — will these friends avoid being tagged forever?
More Chinese versions are available in our education section.
Tagged short film - Chinese
Basic digital skills
Improve your online skills and safety with this advice for older Australians and people learning to use digital technology. Download these summary sheets for more information.