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The Office of the e Safety Commissioner has commissioned research into how older Australians perceive and use digital devices and the internet.

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As part of the research, a national online survey of 2,448 young people aged 12 to 17 was conducted between 25 November and 14 December 2016.If you did not knowingly sign up for Find True Romances, then you probably signed up for something that advertised as free, but in reality there were hidden or hard to find charges.There are two primary ways this odd looking, strange credit card charge ends up on your statement: For date verification: You meet someone online, and they express interest in you.As one of the first pieces of research on this topic in Australia, this report aims to better understand the: The Office of the e Safety Commissioner (Australia), Netsafe (New Zealand) and UK Safer Internet Centre with the University of Plymouth (UK) have collaborated on research culminating in this report on young people’s experience of sending and sharing nude and nearly nude images, otherwise known as sexting.This work builds on jointly presented research by these agencies at the inaugural Online Safety on the Edge conference in Sydney on 3 November 2017 which was co-hosted by the Office of the e Safety Commissioner and Netsafe New Zealand.Based on this research, the Office has developed three research infographics including: In 2016, the Office undertook a national survey of kids, teens and parents who use the internet.

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