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Earth-friendly Browser & Other Tips to Reduce your Digital Carbon Footprint

If you're looking to fight climate change and protect nature, thinking about reducing your digital carbon footprint should come to mind as much as recycling food, clothes and consuming less plastic and oil. Here are some earth-friendly tips to reduce your carbon footprint linked to surfing online and device use while protecting your privacy, one value Tech for Good Canada upholds just as dearly...

ClubHouse, the Next Privacy Nightmare – Alex Hanff

Is ClubHouse, the hot discussion app of late 2020, a private platform? Ask Alexander Hanff, online privacy specialist, speaker and consultant, and he'll say what is below. Reproduced with his consent from his Linkedin post here. TLDR; it is shit, it is massively unlawful - stay away! "Hi Alex I just got an invite to Clubhouse. What do you think of the platform? I can send you an invite if you...

Join us for National Day of Unplugging March 5 & 6, 2021

Join us for National Day of Unplugging in Canada from sundown-to-sundown Friday March 5 to Saturday March 6, 2021. You’ll find fun ideas below, as well as ways to support the cause of a safer and healthier Internet for young and old during this day of unplugging.

Online Privacy & Security Curriculum for Schools Grades K to 12 in Canada

Digital Citizenship / Digital Literacy Education for grades K to 12 As parents were caught off guard by the rise of online media, teaching young people of all ages in school to be safe and private when they’re online is crucial, not only for healthy social interactions, but also for their mental well-being and their safety. This is a necesary move to expand on what is called digital literacy...

Safer Internet Day Ressources for Parents in Canada

Tuesday, February 9, 2021 is Safer Internet Day, an initiative launched in the EU and now global. In Canada, Tech for Good Canada is organizing an informal talk on keeping kids, teens and young adults safe online February 9 at 1 PM Eastern ( Toronto/Montream/New York) time.

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Caroline Isautier

From digital marketing to digital citizenship

Kate Tillezcek

Canada Research Chair on Youth

Hessie Jones

Venture Partner, Matr Ventures, privacy and marketing expert

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