This checklist will help you work out if eSafety can investigate what happened to you.
- The person targeted: A child or young person under 18 who lives in Australia.
- How bad it has to be: It must be likely to harm the physical or mental health of a child or young person because it makes them feel seriously threatened, seriously intimidated, seriously harassed or seriously humiliated.
- When to report it to eSafety: When the harmful content was reported to the site, game or app, but they did not remove it.
- Who can report it: The child or young person who was targeted by the cyberbullying or an adult they have asked for help, or the parent or guardian of the child or young person.
- Possible outcomes:
- The site, game or app removes the harmful content.
- The site, game or app is sent a fine or penalty if they don’t remove the harmful content.
- The person who did the cyberbullying is told not to do it anymore.
- The person who did the cyberbullying is told to say sorry.