A human rights education resource on privacy online, covering social media, terms and conditions, VPNs and web tracking.
For use with young people aged 11-18
Created by three students from Warwick Law School undertaking a human rights education project on privacy online.
The project aims to increase young people's awareness about the privacy violations that take place online and how to reduce these risks.
This free resource covers the following topics:
- Social Media
- Privacy Settings
- Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)
- Terms & Conditions
- Web Tracking
- Teaching Guide: includes detailed lesson plan, activities and handout on securing your privacy settings on social media. This can be used in a stand-alone, interactive lesson in PSHE
- Staying Safe Online Presentation (use the notes under each slide for guidance) can be used as part of the lesson or given as an Assembly