Facebook, Teens and Privacy: What Parents Should Know

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Kristen Yates, Senior Education Officer at the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, delivered this online training session to parents in Feb. 2011. Do you know what "creeping" is, or how to protect online reputations? This presentation is designed to educate parents and teens in grades 9 to 12. This session was hosted by People for Education.

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  • Just sharing some of the important links from this presentation http://www.youthprivacy.ca/en --- List of Chat Acronyms & Text Message Shorthand http://www.netlingo.com/acronyms.php --- Information about ’Formspring’ another site like Facebook that tweens are using http://schools-at-the-centre.ning.com/forum/topics/formspring-since-its-bullying? --- A Parent’s Guide to Facebook http://www.connectsafely.org/Safety-Advice-Articles/facebook-for-parents.html --- Great video for kids http://schools-at-the-centre.ning.com/video/turtle-video-a-lesson-in
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Facebook, Teens and Privacy: What Parents Should Know

  1. 1. Social Networking: “A Public Expression of Private Matters” Kristen Yates, Senior Public Education Officer People for Education Webinar February 9, 2011Office of the CommissariatPrivacy Commissioner à la protection deof Canada la vie privée du Canada
  2. 2. Social Networking SitesOffice of the CommissariatPrivacy Commissioner à la protection de 2of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  3. 3. Office of the Privacy Commissioner of CanadaOffice of the CommissariatPrivacy Commissioner à la protection de 3of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  4. 4. Our mission: To protectand promote the privacy rights of Canadians Office of the Commissariat Privacy Commissioner à la protection de 4 of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  5. 5. “Many young people are choosing to open their lives in ways their parents would have thoughtimpossible and their grandparents unthinkable. Their lives play out on a public stage of their own design as they strive for visibility, connectedness and knowledge” Office of the Commissariat Privacy Commissioner à la protection de 5 of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  6. 6. youthprivacy.caOffice of the CommissariatPrivacy Commissioner à la protection de 6of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  7. 7. Poke New Friends Videos Friend Info Request 3 New Messages Wall Events Groups Albums 1 New Comment News Feed Profile PictureOffice of the CommissariatPrivacy Commissioner à la protection de 7of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  8. 8. Two worlds – physical and online•  A photo of yourself that’s OK in the physical world may not be OK online•  Information or comments that are OK in the physical world may not be OK online Office of the Commissariat Privacy Commissioner à la protection de 8 of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  9. 9. What the focus groups tell us•  Keep in touch with friends•  Generally not concerned about privacy•  More concerned with social consequences•  Comfortable revealing personal information•  Benefits outweigh the risks Office of the Commissariat Privacy Commissioner à la protection de 9 of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  10. 10. Post about yourself and your activities Office of the Commissariat Privacy Commissioner à la protection de 10 of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  11. 11. Check your friends’ updatesOffice of the CommissariatPrivacy Commissioner à la protection de 11of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  12. 12. Browse and post picturesOffice of the CommissariatPrivacy Commissioner à la protection de 12of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  13. 13. Office of the CommissariatPrivacy Commissioner à la protection de 13of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  14. 14. Facebook Statistics•  More than 500 million active users•  Average user has 130 friends•  More than 3 billion photos per month•  More than 5 billion pieces of content each week•  More than 150 million active users through mobile devices Office of the Commissariat Privacy Commissioner à la protection de 14 of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  15. 15. “A ‘friend’ of a ‘friend’ of a reallife friend is really just astranger.” Andy Ho The Straits TimesSingapore Office of the Commissariat Privacy Commissioner à la protection de 15 of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  16. 16. Office of the CommissariatPrivacy Commissioner à la protection de 16of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  17. 17. Facebook’s Privacy Policy“We keep track of the actionsyou take on Facebook...” Office of the Commissariat Privacy Commissioner à la protection de 17 of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  18. 18. “Information set to ‘everyone’ ispublicly available information, maybe accessed by everyone on theInternet… and may be importedand exported by us and otherswithout privacy limitations.” Office of the Commissariat Privacy Commissioner à la protection de 18 of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  19. 19. “We cannot guarantee that onlyauthorized persons will view yourinformation. We cannot ensurethat information you share onFacebook will not become publiclyavailable.” Office of the Commissariat Privacy Commissioner à la protection de 19 of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  20. 20. “Even after you remove informationfrom your profile or delete youraccount, copies of that informationmay remain viewable elsewhere tothe extent that it has been sharedwith others,… or it was copied orstored by other users.” Office of the Commissariat Privacy Commissioner à la protection de 20 of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  21. 21. “…when you visit Facebook-enhanced applications and websitesyou are making your Facebookinformation available to someoneother than Facebook.” Office of the Commissariat Privacy Commissioner à la protection de 21 of Canada la vie privée du Canada
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  25. 25. Public and PermanentOffice of thePrivacy Commissionerof Canada Commissariat à la protection de la vie privée du Canada 25
  26. 26. Public and PermanentOffice of thePrivacy Commissionerof Canada Commissariat à la protection de la vie privée du Canada 26
  27. 27. Public and PermanentOffice of thePrivacy Commissionerof Canada Commissariat à la protection de la vie privée du Canada 27
  28. 28. Public and PermanentOffice of thePrivacy Commissionerof Canada Commissariat à la protection de la vie privée du Canada 28
  29. 29. Adults are new to this too!Office of the CommissariatPrivacy Commissioner à la protection de 29of Canada la vie privée du Canada
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  35. 35. The Snooping ToolOffice of the CommissariatPrivacy Commissioner à la protection de 35of Canada la vie privée du Canada
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  37. 37. “While on the disciplinary committee incollege, quite a few of the cases we heardwere supported by evidence fromFacebook. Some of the cases were heldBECAUSE of the photos on Facebook. Inother words, if it were not for Facebook,no one would have known these studentshad committed any infractions.” November 24, 2009 Office of the Commissariat Privacy Commissioner à la protection de 37 of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  38. 38. Online AdvertisingOffice of the CommissariatPrivacy Commissioner à la protection de 38of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  39. 39. Online ScamsOffice of the CommissariatPrivacy Commissioner à la protection de 39of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  40. 40. Cyber-bullyingOffice of the CommissariatPrivacy Commissioner à la protection de 40of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  41. 41. Office of the CommissariatPrivacy Commissioner à la protection de 41of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  42. 42. "Sexting" To send nude or racy images, or sexual messages via cellphonesIn the US, a survey last fall found 1/5 teenagerssaid they had sent or posted online nude orsemi-nude pictures of themselves and 39 percentsaid they had sent or posted sexually suggestivemessages. (National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy) Office of the Commissariat Privacy Commissioner à la protection de of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  43. 43. "Sexting" To send nude or racy images, or sexual messages via cellphonesIn Canada, police are considering each case separately."Shared pornography between two people is actuallylegal as long as theres no one involved who is in aposition of trust or authority," said Detective SergeantKim Scanlan of the Toronto Police Services childexploitation section."But when it gets shared with others or forwarded, thatswhen it becomes a criminal matter." Det. Sgt. Scanlan Office of the Commissariat (The Globe and Mail, May. 31, 2009 ) Privacy Commissioner à la protection de of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  44. 44. Office of the CommissariatPrivacy Commissioner à la protection de 44of Canada la vie privée du Canada
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  46. 46. Online PredatorsOffice of the CommissariatPrivacy Commissioner à la protection de 46of Canada la vie privée du Canada
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  49. 49. 1.7 million Canadians were affected by identity Office of the theft in 2008 Commissariat Privacy Commissioner à la protection de 49 of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  50. 50. What happens after graduation? Office of the Commissariat Privacy Commissioner à la protection de of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  51. 51. “im so totally bord” - “all I dois shred holepunch n scanpaper…Omg!” 16 year old office worker England Office of the Commissariat Privacy Commissioner à la protection de 51 of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  52. 52. Office of the CommissariatPrivacy Commissioner à la protection de 52of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  53. 53. When it comes down to it,your digital identity can eithermean scoring an awesome jobor heading for the hamburgerstand Edmonton Journal Office of the Commissariat Privacy Commissioner à la protection de 53 of Canada la vie privée du Canada
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  55. 55. Top Ten Tips•  Think before you click!•  Know who your friends are•  Pay attention to privacy settings•  Avoid disclosing your location•  Don’t share your password and change it regularly Office of the Commissariat Privacy Commissioner à la protection de 55 of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  56. 56. Top Ten Tips•  Trust your instincts•  Be ultra-careful with your SIN•  Protect your e-mail address•  Protect your privacy, as well as your friends’ privacy•  Be discreet Office of the Commissariat Privacy Commissioner à la protection de 56 of Canada la vie privée du Canada
  57. 57. Please visit youthprivacy.ca Office of the Commissariat Privacy Commissioner à la protection de 57 of Canada la vie privée du Canada
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