[ZDNet] New ‘safety by design’ toolkit to help the global tech industry care a little bit more

The agency charged with promoting online safety education in Australia is rolling out ‘safety by design’ tools it hopes will arm the global tech industry with a way to incorporate safety into their products, services, and platforms.

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