Other Resources for Children’s Privacy

Volunteer Privacy Educators Program: Lesson Plans

May 11, 2017 | Fordham University Center on Law and Information Policy

Volunteer Privacy Educators Program: Lesson Plans

Fordham CLIP’s Privacy Educators Program is a first-of-its-kind privacy education program aimed at engaging middle school students in discussions about privacy and its relevance in their lives. CLIP created a series of lesson plans and visual aids to be used by instructors in middle school classrooms to teach students about what privacy is, how it […]

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Privacy in the Digital Age

May 10, 2017 | Berkman Klein Center

Privacy in the Digital Age

Privacy consists of many interrelated ideas, behaviors, and concerns about why and how to draw personal boundaries in different spheres of life. Students will examine and develop their own understanding of privacy and explore how this understanding impacts their own activities, routines, and identities. What information do they want to share? Why does privacy matter?

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COPPA: The Basics

May 10, 2017 | ACT: The App Association

COPPA: The Basics

This FAQ document gives an overview of basics for education ed tech professionals and developers to know in advance of updates to COPPA being implemented.

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Primer: Enforcement of Children’s Online Privacy

May 10, 2017 | TRUSTe

Primer: Enforcement of Children’s Online Privacy

The COPPA Primer addresses three amendments to the COPPA Rule, including: new ways to obtain verifiable parental consent; the strengthened confidentiality, security, and integrity provision; and the new data retention and deletion provision. Learn How to Comply with the Latest Amendments to the COPPA Rule & Ensure Child Safety.

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Is Privacy a Show-stopper for Learning Analytics?

May 9, 2017 | Learning Analytics Community Exchange

Is Privacy a Show-stopper for Learning Analytics?

This review paper considers the dangers that might be raised by learning analytics. It then explores the ethical perspectives on privacy and data which are relevant to these dangers. Finally it presents and discusses a number of current proposals from institutions which propose ways of addressing privacy problems in learning analytics.

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Generation C: Childhood, Code, and Creativity

May 8, 2017 | Notre Dame Law Review

Generation C: Childhood, Code, and Creativity

This resource discusses the role of technology in our modern era and its impact on children.  The article argues that childhood needs to be better defined in the legal arena because of changes in technology, and advocates a two-pronged approach to digital childhood: first, that a strong version of the minority capacity doctrine be adopted for contracts […]

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EPIC Student Privacy Project Website

May 8, 2017 | Electronic Privacy Information Center

EPIC Student Privacy Project Website

This website offers recent FERPA news, resources regarding Federal actions on student privacy, and other resources to understand recent government action on student privacy.

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Room for Debate: Protecting Student Privacy in Online Learning

April 28, 2017 | The New York Times

Room for Debate: Protecting Student Privacy in Online Learning

The NYTimes Room for Debate Opinion column discusses student privacy, with debaters Khaliah Barnes (EPIC), Jules Polonetsky (FPF), Olga Garcia-Kaplan (parent blogger), Richard D. Kahlenberg (co-author “A Smarter Charter”), and Tyler Bosmeny (Clever).

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