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Nowadays we use the internet for all types of activities; from shopping to playing games to banking. Using the internet is fun and convenient, but it is best to be aware of the possible things that can go wrong when using the internet and what you can do to prevent them.

To Tweet or not to Tweet?

In partnership with the Children's Legal Services of Legal Aid NSW, we have developed a series of fact sheets to provide you with information on what types of activities are against the law when using social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Just click on the links below to download the fact sheets!

Alternatively, you can click on the links to your right to find out more information on other cyber-safety issues.

New Voices / New Laws

Also in partnership with Children's Legal Services of Legal Aid NSW, we launched a project to give young people meaningful information about the laws that can apply to sexting and cyber bullying and to survey their opinions on the fairness of these laws. To see what young people had to say, see our report and our prezi.

To learn more about the laws that can apply, see our prezis:

Putting the 'ex' in sexy text

Putting the 'post' in imposter