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Cybercrime in Australia

Wednesday 31st July / presented by Fiona Bartholomaeus

In the past twelve months, almost a third of Australians have reported being affected by cybercrime.

Fiona caught up with ECU Honours student Alexa Palassis  to find out about her project which aims to understand the impact of cybercrime in Australia.

Had your identity affected by cybercrime? Contact Alexa at apalassi@our.ecu.edu.au to participate in her study.

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