Learning about Data Privacy


SONY, APPLE, FACEBOOK, HEALTHNET, ANDROID, GOOGLE+….


What do they know that you don’t know they know?


More than 40 countries around the world will be celebrating Data Privacy Day this week to “promote awareness about the many ways personal information is collected, stored, used, and shared, and education about privacy practices that will enable individuals to protect their personal information.”


This lesson is designed to help students develop a deeper understanding of the value of their information and their privacy.

This lesson, activities, parent and educator tips, and supporting resources are brought to you by the Internet Keep Safe Coalition (iKeepSafe) and Cable in the Classroom.  You can find others in this series here, or at the iKeepCurrent website.

Originally posted January 27th 2012.


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