A Privacy Primer


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Presentation created for Grade 9 Heath Students regarding Privacy in the Digital World as part of Digital Literacy education

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A Privacy Primer

  1. 1. A Privacy Primer For Grade 9 Health students Presented by K. Covintree
  2. 2. Private Personal
  3. 3. PRIVATE Social Security Number (SSN) Driver's license number ID card number Credit card numbers Bank account numbers Fingerprints Medical records PERSONAL Address Birth date Birth place Salary Grades
  4. 4. It can be used to • identify • contact • locate a specific individual It can be used in conjunction with other information to identify a specific individual.
  5. 5. What about your privacy online?
  6. 6. How private is your online life? LET’S PLAY: 10 Steps to Privacy Directions: 1. Players line up side by side. 2. Listen to the following statements. 3. If the statement applies to you, take a step forward.
  7. 7. 2. My online passwords are  My birth-date  My phone number  My address  Names of friends, family, pets  All the same  The word “password”
  8. 8. What does a STRONG password consist of?
  9. 9. Note:Without even logging in, anyone can see the information on this page. Elements redacted are too personally specific to share when this presentation goes online.
  10. 10. Images from Facebook and used with permission. Note: Original images covered over to protect privacy of person(s) presented. Insert your own embarrassing pictures here.
  11. 11. Infographic authored by www.MyPermissions.com
  12. 12. Use a browser's cookie notification feature and don't accept cookies from places you don't trust.
  13. 13. An adult you trust
  14. 14. Image by Dave Makes on flicker. Used with permission.
  15. 15. Determine which information you want to keep private. Only you can decide what pieces of information you actually care about keeping private. Take action to protect that information. • Secure your devices so they don’t get malware • Personalize the privacy settings on your accounts • Use strong passwords • Monitor your identity regularly
  16. 16. How long does a browser keep your search information? What does a strong password consist of? What types of data do mobile apps collect? Is it okay for my parents to read text messages? What is one law that protects my privacy? How does this relate to Health?
  17. 17. “Computer Security” on Consumer Information from the Federal Trade Commission. My Permissions Blog. On Guard Online. Privacy Rights Clearinghouse. PrivacyTool Kit from the American Library Association(ALA). “Programming Guide and Activities” for Choose PrivacyWeek from ALA. “Protecting Privacy Campaign” from UC Davis Information and EducationalTechnology. “What does privacy mean to you” from iKeepSafe. Youth and Media Project from the University of St. Gallen and the Berkman Center for Internet and Society. All images from morguefile and MS Office unless otherwise noted.
  18. 18. Thank you for viewing this Privacy Primer forGrade 9 Health students. Created by K. Covintree, Sept 2013