Tara Moss’ debut as Co- Executive Producer and Co-Writer in new Cyberhate with Tara Moss Doco for the ABC

Cyberhate with Tara Moss will premiere as a 6-part series tonight on iView and as a 1-hour special on ABC2 at 9:30pm tomorrow, Wednesday 15 March.

This is the first time Tara has taken on the role of Co-Executive Producer, Co-Writer, and Presenter on a project and is actively working to expand her slate in factual television. Cyberhate was developed alongside Australian production company The Full Box.

Cyberhate explores how the internet has given the world a voice, and attempts to understand why some use their voice to shame, bully and brutalise. In this revealing program, author, journalist, TV presenter and human rights advocate, Tara Moss, will guide viewers to the darkest corners of the web to uncover the world of cyber violence and share her own story of dealing with online threats, anger, trolls and acclaim from Q&A. Through interviews, discussion and cutting edge science, this series will investigate why fury is reshaping the online world. At the same time, Tara will guide us through the complexities of online ethics and digital democracy.

Fantastic to see the program get a 5 star review in The Age.
Read Tara’s blog about the program here: http://taramoss.com/cyberhate-tara-moss-coming-soon-abc/
Watch the show and comment with the hashtag #CyberhatewithTaraMoss

 

 

* Cyberbullying can be a crime. Learn more about your rights at LawStuff.

* Children who are bullied or find their privacy attacked or private images shared online without their consent can report that to the police, or report to the E Safety Commission.

* You can also contact Kids Helpline on 1800 55 1800 or Beyondblue on 1300 22 4636.

* If the online abuse you are receiving is linked to domestic abuse or abuse from a former or current partner, you can contact 1800 RESPECT.

* If the abuse you are receiving is related to sex, gender and sexual attraction, such as being attracted to the same sex or being a transgender person, and you are experiencing that abuse, or a family member, friend, supporter, worker or person you are working with are receiving that abuse, QLife is a national telephone and counselling service that operates from 3 pm until midnight, seven days a week. You can visit their website at: https://qlife.org.au/ or phone 1800 184 527

* If you or someone you know if experiencing suicidal thoughts, you can contact the Suicide Call Back Service.

* Other important services include Headspace and the Mens Help Line.