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Reporting Online Bullying, Harassment and Abuse Cheat Sheet

Understanding how to effectively report online bullying, harassment, and abuse is crucial for creating safer online environments. Our detailed cheat sheet provides a step-by-step guide on how to handle these issues, aligned with the laws in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, the UK, Ireland, and Europe. This resource is essential for anyone seeking to protect themselves or others from online harm, ensuring you know the correct procedures and legal pathways to take action against cyberbullying and online abuse.


This cheat sheet outlines specific steps, such as taking and saving screenshots of offensive content, blocking the offender, and reporting the incident to both social media platforms and the appropriate legal authorities. It includes country-specific information detailing relevant laws and reporting authorities, such as the Office of the eSafety Commissioner in Australia and Netsafe in New Zealand, among others. Whether you are a parent, educator, or internet user, this guide empowers you to take decisive action against online harassment and abuse, helping to maintain the integrity and safety of online spaces.

Reporting Online Bullying, Harassment and Abuse Cheat Sheet

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