Surveillance software to track Queensland school students’ computer use in bid to stop cyber bullyin

The British software product eSafe Global, which is used overseas to track the activities of known sex-offenders, will be trialled in four Queensland independent schools from next term, The Sunday Mail can reveal.

Unlike most other school cyber safety products which monitor activities online, eSafe captures absolutely everything students do on school computers or laptops, even the images they view offline or the words they type into draft documents.

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