WESNET is hosting the 3rd Annual Technology Safety Summit. Registrations are now open. Visit the conference website here for more information.
Telstra has announced it will no longer charge its customers a monthly fee to have a ‘silent’ line. Previously, the ‘Silent Line’ product prevented a customer’s name, home phone number and address from being listed in public directories, and being shown when making calls. From 18 February 2018, all Telstra landline customers will be able […]
[UPDATE 26 July 2017: Australia Post website has now been updated with the new services. See link at the bottom of this article] WESNET is pleased to be able to let you know that from 29 May 2017, eligible customers experiencing domestic and family violence who need to arrange a mail redirection service will be […]
WESNET is pleased to announce that Telstra has donated 20,000 SmartPhones to our SafeConnections Project and the Federal Government has announced funding for WESNET to train front line services around technology abuse. (more…)
A couple of recent articles demonstrate why it is important to know about technology-facilitated abuse. The first article, Jessica Farrelly, summarised some of the discussion happening at the recent COAG meeting on Domestic and Family Violence. Jessica’s story references material that WESNET and NNEDV have been talking about for years now. It’s great to have […]