Privacy Digest 10/23

How to Explain Online Privacy to a Child

Teaching privacy to kids at a young age helps them understand the risks and benefits of using the internet. By establishing a foundation of trust and having ongoing conversations, children can develop critical thinking skills and make informed decisions about their online activities and protection of personal information. Starting early allows for a gradual understanding of privacy as children grow and technology evolves.

Privacy Protection Child Protection Online Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act Kids Online Safety Act

How to Delete Your House’s Pictures From Sites Like Zillow, Redfin, and Realtor

Boost your online privacy by scrubbing your IRL location from realty sites.

Zillow Realtor Redfin

8 important ways to check passwords and improve security, do you know them all?

Check passwords and improve your security. Read along for 8 important steps to make sure you're on top of.

Password Manager Passwords Data Security Data Safety

Therapy apps are still failing their privacy checkups

Analysis reveals top mental health apps have a lot to work on.

Online age verification is coming, and privacy is on the chopping block

The future of the internet could be at stake.

Age Verification Age Verification Systems Anonymity COPPA Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act Kids Online Safety Act

10 Years After Snowden: Some Things Are Better, Some We’re Still Fighting For

On May 20, 2013, a young government contractor with an EFF sticker on his laptop disembarked a plane in Hong Kong carrying with him evidence confirming, among other things, that the United States government had been conducting mass surveillance on a global scale.

Edward Snowden NSA National Security Agency EFF

As GDPR turns 5 years old, the U.S. ad industry seeks to peddle influence

Led by IAB execs, publishers seek to show lawmakers how ad tech really works.

GDPR Data Privacy Ad Industry Post-GDPR
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