AWARENESS RAISING: This guide is adapted to you internet users to provide them with insights into their human rights online.
AWARENESS RAISING: “Every day we leave huge amounts of digital footprints on the internet. We can’t prevent all of the footprints in being collected. But we can control many of the traces if we know the right tools. In this movie two teenagers investigate their own digital identity and learn how to control their digital footprints.”
I took part in this film made by Danish Save the Children Denmark in 2014 as one of the “experts”. The film is in Danish but with English subtitles. Watch it with your kids!
AWARENESS RAISING: Lovisa Inserra from our Global Privacy as Innovation Network has made some great interviews for the network at the Internet Days in Sweden November 2014. Here’s one of my favourites with Annie Machon: http://vimeo.com/112891036 We want to continue talking with experts, advocates, academics, activists etc. about privacy and innovation in the digital age. Keep an eye for future interviews by Lovisa on the networks site
AWARENESS RAISING: “Henrik Kramshøj is a Whitehat-hacker with his own company, Gry Hasselbalch is active in Privacy and has previously worked for the Danish Media Council for Children and Young People and Alexander Mills is a High School student with a particular interest in safety in cyberspace. I november Aflyttets host Anders Kjærulff invited them to talk about safety and privacy in two programmes…”. The Danish radio programme Aflyttet “Surveilled” brought these two programmes to guide and provide listeners with tools to safeguard their privacy in 2014. Listen to them here (in Danish).
– by Gry Hasselbalch, September 2014
The Global Privacy as Innovation Network views privacy as an opportunity and an economic and social investment. That is; we see privacy as innovation.
The network exchanges knowledge, ideas and information about new emerging services, networks and guidelines on privacy innovation that are being created worldwide right now.
The network was established at the Privacy as Innovation II session at the 9th Internet Governance Forum September 2014. We are not funded, but organized and developed by voluntary work by individuals.
In 2013 I co-founded the Danish Think Tank Digital Youth. The think tank’s primary website consists of more than 70 articles and blog postings on topics related to internet governance and individual’s rights and responsibilities online. As editor of the site I also included a number of links to tools, surveys and guides.
I worked at the Danish Media Council for Children and Young People at that time, so it made perfectly good sense to provide youth and teachers with a tool of “translation” in plain language to help them understand internet governance and deal with their right and responsibilities online.