In the digital age, you have to know your cyber-rights.
For instance, if you’re an Australian who’s been caught using a cyber-crimes hotspot, or you’ve been accused of downloading a pirated film, you might be a victim of cyber-terrorism.
You’ll need to have a good idea of what’s going on and be up-to-date on your rights and responsibilities.
For example, what’s a cyber crime?
Cybercrime is when someone has committed a crime against you, which is a crime under the Crimes Act, which also covers threats to public safety and property.
Cybercrime includes: breaking into computers, phones and other electronic devices.