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Has Julie Inman Grant undermined the Office of the eSafety Commission?

20 June 2024

1:00 AM

20 June 2024

1:00 AM

There are credible arguments for the existence of the Office of the eSafety Commission, provided it acts as intended.

In a world with an ever-expanding digital footprint, having a connection between social media companies and citizens via a powerful middleman – the government – works if the aim is to report and act upon criminal behaviour that has gone unaddressed.

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