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  1. 1. Insafe Annual Conference Larnaca, May 15th 2012 Online identity and profile protection1
  2. 2. Information and materials Teaching module “In Public, I´m Quite Private – Data protection and personality rights on the internet” klicksafe flyers „Data protection tipps“ SNS guidelines Screencasts Online quiz for young people2
  3. 3. Online identity and profile protection Teaching module: “In Public, I´m Quite Private”  developed in cooperation with a working group of federal and state data protection officers  practical, easy to use  does not require previous training  worksheets for use in class included  combination of factual information and methodical competence  qualitative, low-threshold materials to help teachers address the topic(s) in schools  56 pages, 10 working sheets3
  4. 4. Online identity and profile protection Teaching module: “In Public, I´m Quite Private” Part I: Factual information 1. A fundamental right for data protection 2. Data protection on the internet – an overview of legislation 3. Data traces and data collectors 4. Misuse of data 5. Private information for the public – the passion for self-portrayal 6. My data belong to me! – raising awareness for one‘s privacy 7. How do I get a safe password? 8. Practical tipps for teachers 9. Links, literature, contact points4
  5. 5. Online identity and profile protection Teaching module: “In Public, I´m Quite Private” Level of difficulty Time scale Lesson objectives Methods incl. solutions where applicable5
  6. 6. Online identity and profile protection klicksafe data protection tips for parents Small flyer with 12 comprehensive tips for parents:  general information about data protection – why it is important, what kind of „data“ is meant in this context, who has which rights concerning data protection…  tips for parents concerning SNS to forward to their children  Information and advice concerning data traces  Use of nicknames, keeping control over one‘s data, understanding the „General terms and conditions“  Advice on how to avoid and fight data misuse  Data security tips – passwords, anti-virus programmes, firewalls…6
  7. 7. Online identity and profile protection klicksafe data protection tips for young people Small flyer with 12 comprehensive tips for young people:  why data protection is important and not just boring  how to handle other people‘s personal information  publishing data and information in SNS  data traces, „the internet does not forget“  use of nicknames, keeping control of one‘s own data, understanding the „General terms and conditions“  Advice on how to avoid and fight data misuse  Data security tips – passwords, anti-virus programmes, firewalls…7
  8. 8. Online identity and profile protection klicksafe data protection tips for parents – further language versions8
  9. 9. Online identity and profile protection Distribution of teaching modules and flyers / brochures  per download on www.klicksafe.de  distribution at events, fairs, workshops  distribution via cooperation partners (print- in of own logo, covering printing costs only)  Online ordering system on klicksafe website for printed materials  Distribution numbers:  Flyer for young people: > 100,000 (02/2010)  Flyer for parents: > 45,000 (10/2011)  Teaching module: > 27,500 (02/2010)9
  10. 10. Online identity and profile protection Guidelines on profile settings and protection of privacy in social networks  Facebook  information on Facebook timeline  Facebook for Minors  profile information and shared information  friends’ lists  schülerVZ, studiVZ  wer-kennt-wen  ICQ and Web-ICQ All available per download via the klicksafe website ~ 300,000 views10
  11. 11. Online identity and profile protection SNS guidelines: screencasts Content of the guidelines on profile settings, embedded in a „real“ film sequence Part I (publication planned May 2012): Facebook Timeline11
  12. 12. Online identity and profile protection Online quiz for young people on data protection „Are you a data professional on the internet?“ based on the flyer „Data protection tipps for young people“ 9 questions, out of a pool of 24 questions randomly selected12
  13. 13. The Safer Internet Programmsupports Safer Internet Centres in27 European countries, aiming at raisingawareness of children, parents and teachers onchances and risks of internet use, offering a helplinefor children and young people on online problems, and makinghotlines available for users to report illegal content.In Germany, the Safer Internet Programm is implemented by theconsortium Safer Internet DE, consisting of the following institutions: Awareness Centre: www.klicksafe.de Helpline: www.nummergegenkummer.de Hotlines: www.jugendschutz.net www.internet-beschwerdestelle.de

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