'Produced by Antwerp-based communications agency Duval Guillaume for Febelfin, Belgium's financial sector federation, the terrifying 'See How Easily Freaks Can Take Over Your Life' video urges for increased caution when banking online.' via designtaxi.com
Helpful advice and resources to support teachers
Very useful and alarming interactive resource showing the personal information we share via our phone.
Green party politician Malte Spitz sued to have German telecoms giant Deutsche Telekom hand over six months of his phone data that he then made available to ZEIT ONLINE. We combined this geolocation data with information relating to his life as a politician, such as Twitter feeds, blog entries and websites, all of which is all freely available on the internet.
The Social Media Highway Code is a practical and encouraging guide for doctors and other healthcare professionals who use social media and want to ensure they get the most out of their online communications, while ensuring they meet their professional obligations and protect their patients.
It will be interesting for members of school communities to compare this guidance with their own existing guidance for colleagues.
South West Grid for Learning has produced a new resource with help and advice for young people who may find themselves in a situation where they or a friend have put a sexting image or video online and have lost control over who it's being shared with.
Clear and easy to understand site that shows how privacy, and specifically, your internet activity can be tracked, shared and sold. See the site here.