ACMA releases online social networking safety guidelines

Wednesday 27 August 2008 | 14:36 CET | News
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has released Social networking-staying safe online, a new fact sheet published in support of the federal privacy commission's Privacy Awareness Week. The fact sheet contains steps for social networking site users to ensure online safety. The users should be aware of what the risks are; should not share sensitive personal or financial information; read the terms and conditions before signing up to any social networking sites; check for privacy settings and protect themselves against fraud, online identity theft and reputation damage,

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Australian Communications and Media Authority
Countries: Australia
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