Support Youth Online Privacy + Security
With 95% of teens having access to a smartphone and 45% indicating they are online 'almost constantly,' it is essential that teens are equipped with knowledge, skills, and tools to support online privacy and digital security.
- Pew Research Center: Teens, Social Media & Technology
- Social Cyber Threats Facing Children and Teens in 2018
- Keeping Up with Generation App: NCSA Parent/Teen Online Safety Survey
- Teens Are Worried About Online Privacy: What Schools Should Do to Protect Them
Lesson Plans + Curriculum Guides
- Equity Labs Digital Self-Defense Curriculum
- Mozilla Advocacy Video Guide to Privacy and Security
- Privacy Toolkit Handout
- DEFEND: Privacy and Security Workshop for Women
- Kill Your Phone Open Workshop Guide
- Surveillance Self Defense Guides, Tips, Tools, and How-To's for Safer Online Communications
- LGBT Youth Surveillance Safety Guide
- A First Look at Digital Security Booklet
- Digital Security Helpline - Access Now’s Digital Security Helpline works with individuals and organizations around the world to keep them safe online. If you’re at risk, we can help you improve your digital security practices to keep out of harm’s way. If you’re already under attack, we provide rapid-response emergency assistance.
- Digital Security Exchange - The Digital Security Exchange connects U.S. civil society organizations to digital security experts who help them stay safe from digital attack, helping them stay focused on protecting our communities, environment, and world.
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