What do we really mean by 'cyber-safety'?

If the government's discussion paper on cyber-safety is to have any relevance it must avoid putting various nuances of online social interaction into the same 'cyber-bullying' basket.

The rise of social media tools and accessories has allowed us to be 'always on' and 'always connected'. The impact of this technological change is primarily social, and so far our communities have not come to terms with what these changes mean. The increased degree of contact poses a number of serious challenges for established social norms of civility.

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