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What you publish, think about it: already thousands of young people met

The Access to Information Commission has already visited no less than 18 secondary schools in 7 regions of Quebec since the beginning of the school year, thanks to its awareness tour "What you publish, think about it"

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January 15, 2018 - The Access to Information Commission has already visited no less than 18 high schools in 7 regions of Quebec since the start of the school year, thanks to its awareness tour "What you publish, think -y ”.

Up to now, nearly 4,000 students have attended this presentation aimed at making them aware of the importance of protecting their privacy when interacting online, in order to avoid placing themselves in a vulnerable situation.

Very active on the Web and social networks without always being aware of the risks and consequences associated with their use, adolescents are particularly vulnerable to these issues. This is why the Commission wishes to encourage them to adopt responsible and safe behavior on the Internet through this interactive conference.

The “What you publish, think about” tour continues until the end of the school year. There is still time to plan a visit!

For more information and to find out how to receive the tour in a school, see our page dedicated to the Personal Information Protection and Privacy Awareness Tour.

SOURCE Quebec Access to Information Commission

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