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Can you spot a scam online?

January 23, 2019

Yesterday it was released that Jigsaw, with Google, has developed an 8-question quiz to help you and I learn how to spot what’s real and what’s not when it comes to phishing attempts. Phishing is about stealing your data, your passwords in order to gain access to your account or to trick you into installing malware.

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Have you considered appointing a Facebook ‘Legacy Contact’?

October 31, 2018

We often think about what happens to our physical possessions in the form of a will but have you considered what happens to your digital possessions? One way you can make a plan for your digital presence is to utilise a feature on Facebook called a ‘Legacy Contact’. So, what IS a Legacy Contact and why should you have one?

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Protect Your Kids By Securing Their Device

August 2, 2018

Hands up if you have a kid with access to a device! With so much access to everything at their fingertips, it can be hard to know what your kids are seeing and doing. So, if you want a little peace of mind, there are a few things you can do before they start swiping and scrolling away. Whether your kids have an Android or an Apple device, take a moment to get to know their device so you are better equipped to monitor their activity. Enabling specific restrictions doesn’t limit them from the benefits of their devices, it just allows them to use them more safely (and gives YOU a little peace of mind).

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Smooth Sailing for Pirate-Blocking Legislation

August 14, 2017

Most of us will remember the landmark case last December in which the Federal Court ordered various Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to take steps to disable access to some of the biggest movie and TV show pirating websites.

It was a major win for the Australian film and Music industry, which had reported big losses due to pirating.

The two proceedings heard together from Village Roadshow and Foxtel were the first decided under the (then) newly introduced section 115A of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth), which enabled the court to grant an injunction for ISPs to block overseas websites which have the primary purpose of infringing copyright.

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