Key web pages and entry points for the Australian Communications and Media Authority
Index page to the Australian Communications and Media Authority annual reports. Reports are available online in PDF and Word formats. Hard copies are available on request.
Links to the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) which regulates broadcasting services in Australia.
The Australian Communication and Media Authority's role is to ensure the community is well informed about the communications products and services available to them. Includes information relating to telephone and mobile services; billing; your rights; guides to internet costs, ADSL, ISDN and modems; disability services and many other topics.
CyberNetrix is an Internet safety education program for secondary school aged students. It forms part of the NetAlert CyberSafe Schools program and contains interactive activities for children to use.
CyberQuoll is an Internet safety program for primary schools. It forms part of NetAlert's CyberSafe Schools initiative and is designed to help children learn important Internet safety messages.
Cybersmart provides activities, resources and practical advice to help young kids, kids, teens and parents safely enjoy the online world. Cybersmart also offers training and resources for schools and materials for library staff.
To avoid being removed from the Do Not Call list, renew your registration to cut out unsolicited telemarketing calls. The registrations are valid for six years but you can re-register at any time.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) mandates technical standards relating to items of customer equipment, customer cabling and specified devices.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is responsible for monitoring internet content, enforcing Australia's anti-spam law and making rules about accessing the internet via premium mobile phone services.
Cybersmart suggestions for some good sites to help with homework and school projects.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) plans and manages the radiofrequency spectrum in Australia. It is responsible for compliance with licensing requirements and investigating complaints of interference to services.
Contains information for consumers and businesses about compliance with the Spam Act, reducing the amount of spam you receive, boosting internet security, avoiding email scams, protecting children online, making a spam report or complaint and the steps the Australian government is taking to combat spam. Also links to the SpamMATTERS reporting system that allows users to simultaneously delete their spam and report it to ACMA with one click of their mouse.
When you receive a spam SMS message, you can now forward it to the dedicated telephone number 0429 999 888 to report it directly to the Australian Communications and Media Authority.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) licenses Australia's telecommunications carriers and regulates fixed line and mobile telecommunications.
Contains information on the technical standards and the regulatory framework which underlie Australia's telecommunications environment.
Australian Communications and Media Authority page covering your right to a telephone service, the service guarantee for connection and repair of faults, interim and alternative services, priority assistance, terms and conditions of service, untimed local calls, service for people with disabilities or special needs and codes of practice.