NetSafe articles on help and advice
NetSafe offers multiple channels for reporting your concerns about a range of digital challenges. Contact NetSafe staff via our free helpline 0508 NETSAFE, by email or report online via the Pond and ORB websites.
Landlords may be concerned if they offer internet access provided by the landlord as part of a tenancy agreement. Under the Copyright (Infringing File Sharing) Amendment Act the landlord (as account holder) may be at risk of prosecution if their tenants engage in infringing file sharing activities. If an internet account is already provided by […]
Facebook has upset users with revelations about tracking logged out social networkers as they move around the web. Here’s advice from Australian blogger Nik Cubrilovic on setting up two browsers
Gambling has traditionally been a highly regulated activity in New Zealand and the growth of the internet has provided more opportunities for people to place bets. NetSafe explains some of the downsides connected with online gambling websites based overseas
Malware is constantly being written and circulated online so it pays to install anti-virus and anti-spyware software to defend your computer
Computer security is a core cybersafety issue and it’s important for Kiwis to educate themsleves about staying safe online – the NetSafe NetBasics campaign cuts through the jargon