Australia’s eSafety Commissioner is refreshing all content on its websites and preparing for an end-of-year move to GovCMS.
The refresh is timely: last week iTnews found an FAQ describing the new online cyberbullying education program for school chaplains. That FAQ said the program used known-to-be less-than-optimally-secure Flash. Upon reading our story the Commissioner’s office asked that we amend it, because the FAQ was wrong.
A spokesperson said the incorrect FAQ was published "on 7 June 2019, and were replaced with the correct FAQs on Saturday 6 July 2019."
After the Commissioner's office read our story!
How did this happen? The spokesperson said “The information was copied from an old FAQ that was originally developed for an old learning management program that did use Flash. This was done in error and has now been corrected.”
iTnews asked if the Commissioner’s office was reviewing its other content in light of the error and was told “Throughout this year we have been undertaking a content refresh which includes reviewing all existing content and replacing with new material – scheduled for completion by the end of this year.”
“In addition to our content review we are scheduled to move to GovCMS by the end of this year also.”
iTnews will keep tabs on the Commissioner to see if that deadline is achieved.