Data Privacy Day: a look into Humber’s student’s online protection
By Kaite Boivin and Stephen Donkers
In the digital age we live in passwords are commonly the only thing keeping the rest of the world out.
Be it Facebook or Twitter, online banking or Internet shopping, protection is key yet not so commonly understood.
So in light of Data Privacy Day, Humber News reporter, Kaite Boivin went to the halls to see what students think of their privacy protection.
A full listing of the National Cyber Security Alliance’s tips on how to stay safe online is available here.
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