Today, January 28, the United States, Canada, and 27 European countries will celebrate Data Privacy Day together for the second time.
Designed to raise awareness and generate discussion about data privacy practices and rights, Data Privacy Day activities in the United States have included privacy professionals, corporations, government officials, and representatives, academics, and students across the country.
One of the primary goals of Data Privacy Day is to promote privacy awareness and education among teens across the United States. Data Privacy Day also serves the important purpose of furthering international collaboration and cooperation around privacy issues.
Just for today, check out these materials:
Secure your computer to protect your privacy presentation (ZIP 594KB) and speaker notes (PDF 319KB)
Read more education materials, and useful links and resources (including videos) related to privacy data at this Intel page.
Below are my additional stops for data privacy and internet safety. I hope you will find these useful in discussing data privacy and online safety with the young ones.
Netsmartz Also runs NetSmartz411, a first-of-its-kind, online service provided by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) to answer questions about Internet safety, computers, and the Web. NetSmartz411 is provided at no cost to the public and made possible by a generous donation from the Qwest Foundation.