Digital parenting

Following our 2018 national survey of Australian parents, eSafety has released findings about how their households use technology and their perspectives on online risks.

eSafety surveyed 3,520 Australian parents of children aged 2 to 17 in July/August 2018. 

Parenting and pornography

Data from the 2018 national survey of parents was also used for eSafety’s contribution to a research report released in December 2018 exploring how parents think and engage with their children about online pornography.

The report was the result of collaboration between eSafety in Australia, Netsafe in New Zealand and the Safer Internet Centre with the University of Plymouth in the United Kingdom (UK). It is part of an ongoing program of cross-agency online safety research.

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