Is your child savvy online? Check out our 12 quick privacy tips for parents.

It can be tough raising kids in a digital environment. Many of them use the Internet effortlessly, and easily adapt to new devices that connect to it. For many of us, these tools have become a routine part of our children’s lives, as they use them to chat, surf, post, play and learn. The Internet has become one of the most powerful tools they have to connect with friends and make new ones.

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Tips and Tools to Help Your Small Business Address Privacy

As a small business owner, you wear many hats. You’re the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Financial Officer, the VP of Marketing and Sales. And of course, you’re also the Chief Information Officer and Chief Privacy Officer. While big business has the budget to keep legal advisers on retainer to deal with privacy issues, this isn’t a likely option for you.

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Insights on Privacy - Youth Privacy

Do youth care about privacy? We will explore this question on September 8, 2011, when our Office holds its next Insights on Privacy armchair discussion.  We have invited two experts on young people’s use of social media, Kate Raynes-Goldie (@oceanpark) and Matthew Johnson (@MFJ72) to talk about what privacy means to youth and how we can help youth preserve their privacy by promoting digital literacy skills.

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Young Canadians in a Wired World – Phase III is Here!

The Media Awareness Network, benefactor of the Office of the Privacy Commissioner’s Contributions Program, has launched the third Phase (Phase III) of its ongoing study, Young Canadians in a Wired World (YCWW). This third phase is a crucial element to the project, as it will shed a more distinct light on the need for online education resources in classrooms and communities.

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