Developed with deadly Indigenous writers and voice actors, all Australians can enjoy these short, fun animations and learn about how we want to behave together online.
Animations contain mild coarse language and themes that may not be suitable for all ages. We suggest you review the content to ensure it is suitable for your audience.
Sexies, noodz, sexts or selfies...No matter what you call them or where you live teens are sending them. And once they’re out there you can’t control who'll see them and where they’ll end up.
Ryan and his mates are clowning around filming themselves doing dumb stuff-they're just having a good time! Everything would have been fine if Ryan didn't then post it all online, but it comes back to haunt him because his boss sees it.
When Ebony’s godmother Sal posts something about her mum Tanya on their social networking site things get out of control - quickly growing into a big mess that involves the whole mob!! ‘Little things’ focuses on how a small comment on a social networking site can easily be misinterpreted and turned from a little thing into a big deal!
Developed with Indigenous writers and voice actors, the making of explores how the Be Deadly Online animations were made. Aimed at Indigenous Australians 14 years and older, the animations use humorous storytelling to explore cyberbullying, sexting, digital footprint and responsibility, crucial to maintaining positive online behaviour.
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