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Inquiry into Cybersafety for Senior Australians

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On Tuesday 16 April 2013, the Joint Select Committee on Cyber-Safety presented to the President its report on the inquiry into Cybersafety for Senior Australians entitled Cybersafety for Seniors: A Worthwhile Journey.

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This report is comprised of preliminary pages, 7 chapters and 6 appendices.

Cybersafety for Seniors: A Worthwhile Journey

Preliminary pages (PDF 140KB)
Contents, Foreword, Committee Membership, Terms of Reference, List of Abbreviations and List of Recommendations

Chapter 1 (PDF 108KB)

Chapter 2 (PDF 190KB)
How seniors use information and communication technologies

Chapter 3 (PDF 264KB)
Cybersafety risks and threats for seniors

Chapter 4 (PDF 221KB)
Cybersafety education and training for seniors

Chapter 5 (PDF 237KB)
Consumer protection, regulation and enforcement

Chapter 6 (PDF 253KB)
The role of industry

Chapter 7 (PDF 82KB)
Concluding comments

Appendix A (PDF 41KB)

Appendix B (PDF 54KB)

Appendix C (PDF 57KB)

Appendix D (PDF 145KB)
Online survey evaluation

Appendix E (PDF 54KB)
Online resources

Appendix F (PDF 64KB)
Phishing Scam

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