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Young Canadians in a Wired World – Phase III: Findings from Canada’s largest research project on children and teens’ Internet use is now available. Online Privacy, Online Publicity looks at the ...

Young Canadians in a Wired World – Phase III: Findings from Canada’s largest research project on children and teens’ Internet use is now available. Online Privacy, Online Publicity looks at the strategies young people use to control how they are represented online and how they protect their personal information. http://mediasmarts.ca/ycww/online-privacy-online-publicity

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    Young Canadians in a Wired World: Online Privacy, Online Publicity Young Canadians in a Wired World: Online Privacy, Online Publicity Presentation Transcript

    • Online Privacy, Online Publicity February 2014 Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • It’s a Social World Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • It’s a Social World In 2013, MediaSmarts conducted a national survey of 5,436 Canadian students, grades 4 through 11, in every province and territory, to explore the role of networked technologies in their lives. Online Privacy, Online Publicity is the second in a series of reports which draw on the rich data that was collected. How do young Canadians negotiate their privacy online? Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • It’s a Social World Do you have an account on the following sites? Grade 100% Facebook Twi er 90% Club Penguin (Gr. 4-6) 80% Fantage (Gr. 4-6) 70% MoshiMonsters (Gr. 4-6) 60% PopTropica (Gr. 4-6) 50% StarDoll (Gr. 4-6) 40% Webkinz (Gr. 4-6) Instagram (Gr. 7-11) 30% Pinterest (Gr. 7-11) 20% Tumblr (Gr. 7-11) 10% 0% 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Grade Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • It’s a Social World Frequency of Privacy-Related Activities: Social Networking Sites Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • It’s a Social World Frequency of Privacy-Related Activities: Twitter Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • It’s a Social World Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • It’s a Social World Most students are careful with their contact information such as their home address or email address. Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • Identity Play Identity Play as a Privacy Strategy Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • Identity Play Have you ever said you were someone else online to: Grade Protect your privacy Pretend to be older to register on agerestricted website Post comments on sites 4 48% 18% 16% 5 51% 33% 22% 6 50% 48% 31% 7 43% 53% 32% 8 43% 51% 32% 9 48% 57% 39% 10 45% 61% 36% 11 50% 65% 36% Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • Identity Play Deleting online content posted by self: Grade 100% Friends 90% Parents 80% Other Family 70% Teacher or Principal 60% 50% Boss / Future Employer (Gr. 7-11) 40% Boyfriend/Girlfriend (Gr. 7-11) Other Kids/Acquaintances 30% 20% No one 10% Other Reason No 0% 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Grade Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • Identity Play Deleting online content about self posted by others: Grade Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • Identity Play Responding to unwanted photos posted online: Gender Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • Identity Play Friends posting photos: Gender Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • Audiences Matter Audiences Matter Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • Audiences Matter 86% of students think that their friends should be allowed to see what they post on social media, and 68% think that their parents and family members should be allowed to see it as well. Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • Audiences Matter Who do you think SHOULD be allowed to read what you post on a social networking page like Facebook? Percent My friends 86% My boyfriend/girlfriend (Gr. 7-11 only) 59% My parent(s) and people in my family 68% My teacher or principal 14% Kids my age I have not met before 10% Adults I have not met before 3% Anyone who knows me 37% The company that owns the site 17% Marketing companies that want to advertise to me 5% The police 28% Government 20% Other 12% Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • Audiences Matter Who should be able to read your social network posts? Gender Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • Audiences Matter Have you ever used the privacy settings on a social networking site (for example, Facebook) to block someone from seeing something you have posted online? Percentage Yes, I have blocked a friend 31% Yes, I have blocked my parent(s) or people in my family 21% Yes, I have blocked my teacher or principal 4% Yes, I have blocked strangers 50% Yes, I have blocked someone I stopped being friends with 20% Yes, I have blocked my ex-boyfriend/girlfriend (Gr. 7-11 only) 10% Yes, I have blocked someone I know but I’m not friends with 20% I have a social networking page but I’ve never used the privacy settings 9% Yes, I have blocked someone not listed here 14% I do not have a social networking page 23% Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • Audiences Matter Using privacy settings to block someone from seeing your posts: Gender Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • Audiences Matter Would you share your password to your social networking account, your email account or your cell phone with these people? Percentage Your best friend 26% Your boyfriend or girlfriend (Gr. 7-11 only) 16% Your other friends 3% Your parent(s) 41% Other people in your family 12% Your teacher or principal 2% Your employer or someone you would like to work for (Gr. 7-11) 1% Other 3% I would not share my password with anyone Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts 41%
    • Audiences Matter Willingness to share passwords: Gender Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • Audiences Matter Opinions on parental supervision and privacy Do you agree or disagree with the following statements? Agree Percentage Parent(s) should keep track of their kids online all the time. 44% Parent(s) should not ask for their kids’ passwords. 51% Kids should not be forced to friend their parent(s) on social networking sites (for example, Facebook). 66% Parent(s) should not listen in on their kids’ online conversations or read their kids’ texts. 68% Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • Audiences Matter Family (69%), friends (39%) and police (35%) are the three groups students are most comfortable with checking where they are using locational devices or apps…. …Adult strangers (1%) and marketers (1%) were least trusted. Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • Audiences Matter Opinions privacy from companies Do you agree or disagree with the following statements? Privacy from Companies and Legality Agree Percentage If a website has a privacy policy, that means it will not share my personal information with others. 68% I like it when companies use the information I post to decide what products to advertise to me. 28% I would like more control over what companies do with the photos and information I post online. 75% Companies are not interested in what I say and do online. 39% Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • Audiences Matter Opinions on privacy from companies: Grade Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • Learning: Privacy Protection Learning: Privacy Protection Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • Learning: Privacy Protection Has someone ever read a privacy policy or online terms of use agreement with you and explained what it means? Yes, my parent(s) or another person in my family Percentage 29% Yes, a teacher/guidance counsellor 6% Yes, a librarian 2% Yes, a coach, instructor, or community leader (for example, Girl Guides, Boy Scouts) 2% Yes, someone else 6% No Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts 65%
    • Learning: Privacy Protection Has someone ever explained a privacy policy to you? Grade Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • Learning: Privacy Protection I have learned about the following activities From my parent(s) From teachers From friends From reading about it online I have never learned about this How to use privacy settings 41% 15% 27% 24% 18% How companies collect and use personal information online 35% 24% 10% 20% 34% Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • Learning: Privacy Protection Learning about using privacy settings: Gender Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts
    • Learning: Privacy Protection Learning about how companies collect & use personal information online: Gender Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity © 2014 MediaSmarts