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Ethics in a Digital World Companion
Privacy in a Digital Age:
How Much Are You Willing to Give Up?
In The Headlines
Amazon's Alexa may have witnessed alleged Florida murder, authorities say
How a researcher used big data to beat her own ovarian cancer
USF uses big data to find, and help, overburdened students
Opinion: Your visitors deserve to know they're on camera
If you're a good citizen, delete the citizen policing app
How facial recognition became a routine policing tool in the United States
The ingenious and 'dystopian' DNA technique police used to hunt the Golden State Killer suspect
How researchers learned to use Facebook 'likes' to sway your thinking
As Coronavirus surveillance escalates, personal privacy plummets
Resources for the Classroom
New York Times: The Privacy Project
A collection of essays that simultaneously informs and challenges readers.
The Privacy Paradox
This five day challenge will help you and your students take back your digital identity.
Peer Privacy Project
An interactive privacy guide by teens, for teens.
Big Data, What Are You Saying?
In this hands-on lesson, students see how big data is profitable by manipulating big data themselves.
Protect Your Data and Privacy
Lessons and resources to help you and your students protect your privacy in a digital age.
Additional Media for Curious Adults