[ZDNet] eSafety says tweeting commisioner will not qualify as a formal Online Safety Act request

The Office of the eSafety Commissioner has said the Twitter dispute that the incumbent has found herself in this week is part of the advice the office provides and that tagging the commissioner will not qualify as a formal request under the new Online Safety Act.

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