Why send an FOI request to the eSafety Commissioner and ACMA?

We recently discovered that the eSafety Commissioner has been misusing her capabilities to monitor critics of her on X. This quick form lets you find out whether she is monitoring you. You can also require her to answer your request via a public tweet! Just fill out the form below.


Make your Freedom of Information Request to the eSafety Commissioner's office and ACMA below.

Email Address is required.
Email Address Email is not valid.
Name is required.
For example we would use '@FSUofAustralia'.
Twitter Handle is required.

Message is required.
This instructs the Commissioner to respond publicly via a Tweet on X. They do not receive your email address.
We give the Commissioner and ACMA your email address, so they can reply to you privately.
One option is required.


FOI@esafety.gov.au foi@acma.gov.au

Freedom of Information Request - [NAME]


Dear FOI Officer,

I write to make a Freedom of Information Act 1982 (Cth) request for the following information from both the eSafety Commissioner and ACMA. My 'X' (formerly known as twitter) handle is [HANDLE].

I ask for copies of all documentation containing my 'X' handle, or my name. I also ask for all records of eSafety Commissioner staff reviewing this documentation such as browser logs. In the interests of transparency, this should identify the name and role of the officer who was involved (if recorded).

I am content to constrain this request for documents produced on or after the 1st of January 2023.

It is important to me that you respond to my request in public on X. Pursuant to Section 15(2)(c) of the Act, I instruct that notices be sent by tweet to my handle at [HANDLE] on 'X' (formerly known as Twitter). Your notice must be sent as a public post from either @esafetyoffice, @tweetinjules, or @acmadotgov.

For completeness, a link to my 'X' profile is here.

Yours sincerely,