Hive Toronto privacy badges

Hive Toronto privacy badges

I really like these badges, part of work carried out by Hive Toronto and funded by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada.

I’m an advisor to the project, but most of the hard work is being done by Karen Smith. The badges are informed (of course!) by the Privacy competency of Mozilla’s Web Literacy Map.

Each of the badges links to activities that help learners get to grips with the various aspects of privacy. As these have been created using Webmaker’s Thimble tool it’s straightforward to remix them for your own use!

 
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