Graphic novel helps youth navigate online privacy risks
"Canadian kids are digitally savvy and they value their privacy, but they are often unsuspecting about the potential privacy risks of new digital communications technologies.
"The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada has created a graphic novel, Social Smarts: Privacy, the Internet and You, to help young Canadians to better understand and navigate privacy issues in the online world.
The 12-page graphic novel is designed to appeal to tweens and younger teens. Download a PDF or view in HTML. (Hard copies can also be ordered from the site.)
Also available in French