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Advice for secondary school students, parents and teachers
There's lots of advice available for young people, parents and teachers, but sometimes it's
hard to find what you need, when you need it.

So to help you, we've pulled together a list of useful links and tips from around our region.


   Asia Pacific Privacy Authorities (APPA)
    Office of the Australian Information Commissioner
    Office of the Privacy Commissioner New South Wales
    Office of the Information Commissioner Northern Territory
    Office of the Victorian Privacy Commissioner
    Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada
   Hong Kong
    Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data
    Korea Information Security Agency Information
    Federal Institute for Access to Information and Data Protection
   New Zealand
    New Zealand Privacy Commissioner
   United States of America
    Federal Trade Commission

Asia Pacific Privacy Authorities (APPA)
How private is your profile?


APPA Privacy Awareness Week campaign May 2011.

        Video: How private is your profile?
        Poster (PDF)
        Social media survey results

Can I reprint? Yes

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Think before you upload


APPA Privacy Awareness Week campaign May 2009

      Animation
      Posters
      Full colour, four page A4 teaching resource. Contains a video outline, focus
       discussion questions, student activities and suggested teaching resources along with
       contact details for each APPA authority and a poster.

Can I reprint? Yes

Office of the Australian Information Commissioner

OAIC youth portal


Brings together all the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (former Office of
the Privacy Commissioner) material for young people.

Can I reprint? Yes

ID scanning FAQs


What are your rights if someone asks for your ID?

Can I reprint? Yes

Social networking FAQs


How do you manage your privacy on social networking sites?

Can I reprint? Yes

Mobilise your privacy

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A pocket-sized quick reference guide with 10 simple tips for mobile phone users.

Jointly produced by the former Office of the Privacy Commissioner, Australian
Communications and Media Authority and the Department of Broadband, Communications
and the Digital Economy.

Can I reprint? Seek permission from site

Private i - your ultimate privacy survival guide


Can I reprint? Yes (PDF)

Your rights at work


Can I reprint? Yes (PDF)

Banking online


Can I reprint? Yes (PDF)

No more junk [junk mail]


Can I reprint? Yes (PDF)

Competitions - what's in it for them?


Can I reprint? Yes (PDF)

Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA)



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ACMA's Cybersmart education program includes resources for both students and teachers.
Issues covered include: cyberbullying, sexting, e-security and e-commerce, online banking,
protecting personal information, safer social networking, mobile phones.

Connect.ed online learning course for teachers


Connect.ed is designed for primary and secondary school teachers to help students stay safe
online. Learning activities include issue-based simulations that replicate a student's
experience in social networking sites, video interviews with experts in the field and
interactive case studies.

CyberNetrix (13-16)


CyberNetrix is an Internet safety education program for secondary school aged students. It
forms part of the ACMA CyberSafe Schools program and contains interactive activities for
children to use.

CyberQuoll (8-12)


CyberQuoll is an Internet safety program for primary schools. It forms part of NetAlert's
CyberSafe Schools initiative and is designed to help children learn important Internet safety

Australian Federal Police and Microsoft



ThinkUKnow is an Internet safety program delivering interactive training to parents, carers
and teachers through primary and secondary schools across Australia using a network of
accredited trainers. Created by the UK Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP)
Centre, ThinkUKnow Australia has been developed by the Australian Federal Police (AFP)
and Microsoft Australia.

Megan's Story - ThinkUKnow Sexting Educational Resource for teachers and students of
years 7 to 12 on sexting. Megan's Story depicts a teenage girl's experience of sexting and the
unintended consequences.

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Office of the Privacy Commissioner New South Wales

Privacy: It's not a secret. Find out why


A general overview as to why some New South Government agencies collect and hold
personal information to provide services to the community.

Are your kids cyber safe and savvy?


Protect your child's safety online with some simple tips.

Office of the Information Commissioner Northern Territory

Link to topics and resources of interest to young people


Links to useful websites with references to information about privacy and young people.

Northern Territory Office of Youth Affairs


Policies and activities in the Northern Territory for young people.

Lawstuff (Northern Territory)


Legal information on cyber-safety topics, including communicating online, file sharing,
mobile phones, sexting, hacking, online banking, and identity theft.

Northern Territory Legal Aid Commission



Legal information for young people when dealing with police, when they have to answer
questions and when they can keep information private.

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Can I reprint? Check with site

Office of the Victorian Privacy Commissioner

Portal for information for young people


Using social networking?

Crtl Alt Del


Information poster adapted from mousepad designed by Year 9 students.

It's your privacy. Don't ignore it.


Information campaign targeted at older teenagers and young people developed by Privacy
Victoria's Youth Advisory Group.

      Postcard
      Poster
      Information booklet

Personal Information Protector

Colourful online quiz aimed at young people with 6 multiple choice questions covering
privacy-related questions. http://www.privacy.vic.gov.au/privacy/web2.nsf/files/personal-

Topics covered are: online safety, health information, personal phone numbers, personal
mail, digital image information, and social network websites.

Contains teacher notes, colouring in book, poster and postcard.

How to protect your information while using social networking sites

people#social networking

Adapted from information originally developed by the UK Information Commissioner's

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Emergency services, personal information and privacy


Teacher notes using example of bushfires to explore the circumstances surrounding the
release of personal information to authorities responding to emergencies.

Privacy as a Human Right: Who draws the line?

Teacher notes: Privacy is an increasingly important human rights issue. Links to Level 6 of
the Civics and Citizenship learning domain in the Victorian Essential Learning Standards
(VELS). This unit of work includes a range of activities that provide significant scope for
interdisciplinary learning across a number of VELS domains.

Who should know your DNA?

Teacher notes: This curriculum resource (PDF, 135kb) is copied from the February 2006
edition of Compak, the journal of the Victorian Commercial Teachers' Association. Used with

The use of genetic information, and the potential for its misuse, is an increasingly important
human rights issue. Links to Level 6 of the Civics and Citizenship learning domain in the
Victorian Essential Learning Standards (VELS). Significant scope for interdisciplinary learning
(including law and ethics) across a number of VELS domains.

Web based references for this article are provided in a Compak supplement.

Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development

Learning On Line


The Learning On Line website presents the Victorian Department of Education and Early
Childhood Development's advice for schools on cybersafety and educating young people to
be responsible users of mobile and digital technologies. This website has been developed to
help schools make the most of the opportunities presented by new developments in, and
increased accessibility to digital technologies. At the same time it aims to support schools to
minimise risks that may arise through the use of these technologies.

Monash University

Teenagers, Legal Risks and Social Networking Sites


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Risks posed by forms of abusive behaviour such as cyber-bullying and grooming have been
emphasised, both in the mainstream media and in policy responses, however comparatively
little attention has been given to the potential legal risks that children and young people
may face when they use social networking services (SNS).

This Report and its accompanying Educational Resource is the culmination of an 18 month
project which collected survey and interview data from 17 school communities across
Victoria totalling over 1000 school students (years 7-10), 200 school teachers and 49
parents. The authors also conducted a comprehensive review of the literature, SNS Terms of
Service and the Australian and International regulatory environment.

The project identified the following as the main areas of the law that give rise to possible
legal liability for young people using SNS:

      Privacy, disclosure and breach of confidence
      Intellectual property rights, especially copyright infringement
      Defamation
      Criminal laws, including harassment and offensive material

The project found that young people, their parents, and teachers were generally aware that
the use of SNS can give rise to risks that must be managed, however there was a worrying
lack of understanding of the nature of the legal risks.

The Report and its accompanying Educational Resource (Will u friend me?) was launched by
the Victorian Privacy Commissioner on Friday 18 March 2011.

Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada

Youth Presentation Packages

Released in 2011 and 2012, the youth presentation packages offer educators the tools
necessary to deliver engaging and effective presentations on the subject of privacy. The goal
of these tools is to demonstrate to young people how technology can affect their privacy,
and what they can do to build secure online identities while keeping their personal
information safe.

Each package includes a PowerPoint presentation and separate speaking notes, and offers
educators the opportunity to provide feedback.

Materials for students in grades 9 to 12 (ages 14-18)

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Materials for students in grades 7 and 8 (ages 11-13)

Materials for students in grades 4 to 6 (ages 8-10)

Can I reprint? Yes

What can YOU do to protect your online rep? video for youth


Released in 2012, this video provides youth with tips and advice on what to consider when
they are posting information online.

Viewable online, and available in wmv, mp4, and transcript formats.

Can I reprint? Yes

12 Quick Privacy Tips for Parents


It can be tough raising kids in a digital environment. Many of them use the Internet
effortlessly, and easily adapt to new devices that connect to it. For many of us, these tools
have become a routine part of our children's lives, as they use them to chat, surf, post, play
and learn. The Internet has become one of the most powerful tools they have to connect
with friends and make new ones.

Many kids, however, don't fully understand the impact that some online activities may have
on their privacy. These 12 tips help parents limit the risks to their children's personal
information, while allowing them to make the most of their time online. Released in 2012.

Can I reprint? Yes PDF

Creative Guide for Teachers and Parents


The information within this guide is intended to address important data privacy issues that
relate especially to youth. Each section starts with an important privacy issue and then
offers ideas for generating discussion about that issue with young people.

Can I reprint? Yes PDF

Youth blog


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A blog from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada addresses various aspects of
youth privacy, and offers tips and advice.

Can I reprint? Yes

Resources for teachers and parents


A web page devoted to educators and parents, linking to a variety of tools developed by and
for the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada.

Can I reprint? Yes

Hong Kong
Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data


1. Protecting Personal Data in Daily Life
Protection of Personal Data Privacy (Chinese version only)


Can I reprint? Yes PDF

2. Respect Others and Protect Privacy for Children (Chinese version only)

Can I reprint? Yes PDF

3. Social networking
Protecting Online Privacy – Use Social Networking Sites Smartly


Can I reprint? Yes PDF

4. Online and computer protection
Protect your personal data while engaging in IT related activities


Can I reprint? Yes PDF

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5. Protecting Privacy - Using Computers and the Internet Wisely

Can I reprint? Yes PDF

6. About job seeking
Personal Data is Essential — Protect Your Privacy — Job Seeking

Can I reprint? Yes PDF

Online game

Small Fish Find Personal Data


Think before you upload

Liberal studies learning materials

Liberal Studies Kit and online information on PCPD website (Chinese version only)

Can I reprint? Yes HTML and PDF

Facebook Page

A Facebook Page for the Privacy Protection Student Ambassador Program which provided
updated information and program activities. The program was aimed at fostering the
personal data privacy among secondary school students in Hong Kong (Chinese version

Can I reprint? Yes

Online Video

Protection of Personal Data Privacy – Talks on the Proper Use of Technology in Daily Life
(Chinese version only)


Opinion Survey

1. A Survey on Whether Young People Value Privacy

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2. 2005 Survey of Youth Attitudes and Perceptions towards Personal Data Privacy

3. Opinion Survey: Attitudes of Young People towards Disclosure of Personal Data on the
    Internet (Chinese version only)

Korea Information Security Agency Information (all resources in Korean)

General site for internet security


Youth resources for internet security


Materials provided include:

      Animations, based on real accidents or cases, to raise awareness
      Tutorial materials about privacy breaches and ways to prevent them
      Cartoons and guidelines to explain what is personal information, how to protect it,
       and why it is important to be protected
      Contact point to ask for advice about personal information protection

Advice on "netiquette" for young people


Advice on "netiquette" for parents


Korean Internet Stars


Korean Internet Stars is a site for elementary, middle, and high school to share ideas,
reporting news and learn about internet ethics and literacy.

Internet ethics and literacy e-books


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This website offers e-books on internet ethics and literacy to students.

Internet ethics and literacy tools


This website provides tools for students and teachers to test their awareness of internet

Federal Institute for Access to Information and Data Protection (IFAI)

Interactive website


This interactive website includes posters, audio promotions and videos aimed at raising
awareness in privacy matters in a fun way for young people.

Protection for Personal Data in Social Digital Media: particularly for children and
teenagers. Memorandum of Montevideo


This book is a compilation of articles and publications about the protection of children and
teenagers on the Internet, particularly when using social networking sites. It was published
by IFAI in collaboration with the Institute of Investigations for Justice, and complied by
Carlos Gregorio and Lina Ornelas.

This publication was produced as part of an event. The event website is available here:

Poster: Ten tips for using the Internet

This poster was created to raise awareness amongst young people. It was designed in
conjunction with the Ministry for Public Education (SEP) and IFAI. This poster is suitable for
young people of all ages: http://ifaininos.ifai.org.mx/Consejos%20Internet/index.htm.

Ministry for Public Education (SEP)

"Safe Click" website


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This website hosted by the SEP is the result of collaboration between SEP and IFAI. The site
is divided in many sections and individualises the content for small children, elementary
school children and teenagers.

Practical Guide for Parents in Facebook


The Spanish translation of the "Practical Guide for Parents in Facebook", developed by
ConnectSafely and iKeepSafe.

New Zealand
New Zealand Privacy Commissioner

Your information - but is it really yours?


Features material developed, written and produced by our youth focus group (16 students
aged from 15-18)

Can I reprint? Yes



Can I reprint? Yes

Wallet-sized brochure with tips


Tips on:

      Your privacy rights
      Computer safety
      Social networking
      Health
      Surveillance
      Competitions
      When people can access your information
      Employment
      Get involved

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Resources for teachers and presenters

Stories and activities available from http://privacy.org.nz/youth/

Can I reprint? Yes

Advice cards to help people keep their information safe

Protecting yourself against scams


Keeping your information safe online


Keeping your financial information safe


You control your health information


Your personal information is valuable


Can I reprint? Yes


Online safety


A wide range of tools including interactive tools such as NetBasics and LGP (Learn, Guide
Protect) for students, parents and teachers.


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Cartoons and resources for 2-9 year olds, their parents and teachers


A wonderful range of resources for very young people and those supporting them.

United States of America
Federal Trade Commission

Mobile Apps for Kids: Current Privacy Disclosure are Disappointing


Federal Trade Commission staff designed and conducted a survey of the apps offered for
children in the two largest US app stores, the Android Market and the Apple App store. This
report highlights the lack of information available to parents prior to downloading mobile
apps for their children, and calls on industry to provide greater transparency about their
data practices.

Information for parents

Net Cetera: chatting to kids about being online


As kids spend more time online, they need to know how to stay safe - and the adults in their
lives need to know how to help them.



Heads Up is a guide for kids themselves, helping them navigate topics from sexting to

The Community Outreach Toolkit has everything someone might need to do a presentation
to help keep kids safe online.

"Admongo": understanding advertising


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At Admongo, kids learn critical thinking skills and apply them to understanding advertising,
asking three essential questions: Who's responsible for the ad? What is the ad actually
saying? and What does the ad want me to do?

"Living life online": digital citizenship online (for 8-14 y/o)


"Living life online" is a magazine-sized guide that helps kids ages 8-14 be better digital
citizens. Through short articles, activities and quizzes, they'll learn to develop critical
thinking skills, stay safer online, understand the ads they see around them, and think about
cell phone etiquette.

"You are here" - learning to be a smarter consumer


At the "You Are Here" virtual mall, kids can learn to be smarter consumers. By playing
games, they learn how to protect their privacy, how to spot and avoid frauds and scams,
how advertising affects them, and how they benefit when businesses compete.

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