Cyber safety survey

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After the success of our recent online safety survey, we made a submission to the Joint Select Committee on Cybersafety. The federal Government is now conducting its own survey on the online safety of older Australians. We encourage you to take part and let your voice be heard to improve online safety for us all.

The cyber safety survey that we conducted last month helped us to discover more about your experiences online. The results gave us a much clearer snapshot of how you use the internet and how safe you feel online.

Now the Government is running a similar survey across a broader audience. Conducted by Parliament’s Joint Select Committee on Cybersafety, the survey wants to know what older Australians really think about online services and the internet. Because we know that our subscribers are amongst the most active online Australians in your age group, we encourage you to complete the survey. This survey can help the Government to implement changes in the future so the more voices they hear, the better the changes will be.

The survey will only take about 10 minutes to complete and you can start by clicking here.

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    I hope that the results of the survey i have just completed will be widely publised and also a reminder to the ISP companies to be more aware that seniors are deeply concerned with cybercrime



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