Privacy in the Digital Age

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? We have downloaded a copy of this Berkman Klein Center’s resource for your viewing.

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