Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Choose Privacy Week May 1-7, 2014


-Information taken directly from ALA

"Every day new technologies and social networks are collecting our personal information and allowing advertisers, corporations, and the government to monitor and track our private lives.  Choose Privacy Week provides an ideal opportunity for libraries to create programming that helps library users make more informed choices about their privacy and to thoughtfully consider the importance of privacy rights in a digital age."

Learn more about Choose Privacy Week that is an initiative of the ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom.

Have you heard about the two search engines listed below? Some of my students alerted me to their existence and told me that they don't track our online activities as much as Google. I appreciate learning from my students! 


Here is a video from the Society of American Archivists Click here to access it. 

Choose Privacy Week Video