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The global future of Safety by Design

With 3.8 billion active users of social media globally, and an additional one billion internet users projected to come online in the coming years (WEF 2020, p. 3), designing online …

An international issue

An international issue It is not only Australia that is investing in bringing user safety and rights to the forefront of online product, service and platform design and development. User …

Week 4 additional resources

You may find these additional resources useful to learn more about the concepts addressed in Week 4 of the Safety by Design course: Carr, J 2021, Safety by Design takes …

Week 3 additional resources

You may find these additional resources useful to learn more about the concepts addressed in Week 3 of the Safety by Design course: Barbaschow, A 2021, New ‘Safety by Design’ …

Week 1 additional resources

Resources for this week Glossaries These two glossaries contain information on a wide range of online safety and cyber security terms and may be a useful learning resource throughout the …

The assessment tool reports

When the participant has completed an assessment tool module, their responses are used to generate a tailored report. Watch this video and read the following for a brief overview of …

Course wrap up

Congratulations on completing the Safety by Design course! Before you embark on your next step in the user safety journey, let’s hear from Professor Matt Warren once more as he …

Revisiting the big question

How do you effectively design, develop and deploy online products and services with user safety and rights front and centre? This is the big question posed at the beginning of …

Case study: Tyne Trends

Now that we know more about the Safety by Design assessment tools, it’s time to take the tools for a test drive. You may be a member of an organisation …

Using the assessment tools

There are three steps involved in using each of the assessment tools: Some important notes about using the tools The assessment process can be completed over several sessions. Participants get …

The Safety by Design ecosystem

To ensure that online harms are reduced through the effective implementation of Safety by Design, it is important to consider the wider technology ecosystem. Applying a Safety by Design approach …

The investor resources

Watch the Australian eSafety Commissioner talk about the importance of nurturing tech ventures, and the investor resources that have been developed to support financial entities and investors in assessing whether …

Week 4 introduction

This short video message from your course guide, Professor Matt Warren, gives a brief overview of the fourth and final week of the course. This week we will focus on …

Week 3 wrap up

Congratulations on completing Week 3 of the Safety by Design course. Watch as Professor Matt Warren recounts the main points that were covered this week.