PRIVACY-RELATED CONTENT

At this section we gather privacy related initiatives, tools or any other privacy related content (videos, links etc) that has been published around the world. The CAPrice website is not responsible for the content of external websites. Don’t hesitate to contact us via e-mail if you have noticed similar cases in order to present them.

  • The WatchOut report
    We have tested smartwatches sold for children. The findings are alarming.

    An analysis of smartwatches for children by Forbrukerradet.

  • #toyfail Can you trust Cayla?
    This video explains the difference between personal and sensitive personal information and also how the Data Protection Act protects people and their information.

    My Friend Cayla and i-Que fail miserably when it comes to safeguarding basic consumer rights, security, and privacy.

  • Data Protection… What you need to know
    This video explains the difference between personal and sensitive personal information and also how the Data Protection Act protects people and their information.

    This short video explains the key points of data protection and how it affects us as individuals and also its relevance to the workplace

  • Privacy in the Digital Age
    This is a short, educational video about how privacy appears in the digital age

    This is a short, educational video about how privacy appears in the digital age

  • The Grocery Store subtitled in all EU languages
    Αν awarded movie, a co-production of Safer Internet Hellas (saferinternet.gr) and art productions

    An awarded short movie, a co-production of Safer Internet Hellas (saferinternet.gr) and art productions (artpro.gr) that highlights on the importance of critical thinking when surfing the internet.

  • How connected cars could raise privacy issues
    The Connected Car - A Moment of Privacy
  • Smart Stories Story about ePrivacy
    A short video story about ePrivacy and how to make smart choices
  • Communications Surveillance 
    Communications surveillance affects you. This video is a high level overview of communications surveillance!
  • Fitness trackers, fit apps and Privacy
    Fitness Trackers | A Moment of Privacy
  • Apps can sell your data #appfail 
    Hidden camera - Check out people's reaction when we tried to sell private pictures on the streets of Oslo
  • Your smartphone is leaking your information by Bram Bonné 
    This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Bram is a PhD student in computer science at the Expertise Centre for Digital Media at Hasselt University, where he specializes in computer security and privacy.
  • Why privacy matters by Glenn Greenwald 
    Glenn Greenwald was one of the first reporters to see and write about the Edward Snowden files, with their revelations about the United States' extensive surveillance of private citizens. In this searing talk, Greenwald makes the case for why you need to care about privacy, even if you’re “not doing anything you
  • Dos and Don’ts when using social networks
    Do you act correctly when using social networks? Check out the video and get valuable safety tips .

    Privacy and social media in daily usage. This video contains valuable safety tips.

  • Why Facebook Isn’t Free
    Adam Ruins Everything - Why Facebook Isn’t Free

    Facebook isn’t really free – you pay for it with your identity. Learn how…

  • Would You Give Up Your Kid For Free WiFi?
    pricacy and free wifi

    Free WiFi access is everywhere these days, you should probably know what terms and conditions you are accepting when you sign up.

  • #PrivacyProject 
    Some of the most popular apps on your smartphone ask for permissions that expose data to outside sources. We asked people on the street to read some of these permissions out loud so we could capture their reactions.

    Watch people on the street to read some of these permissions out loud so we could capture their reactions.

  • Reset the Net (http://resetthenet.org)

    This is an effort that aims to stop mass surveillance, by building proven security into the everyday Internet.

  • How Apps Access Your Private Information
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sq-0tjv4_BA

    Your apps share a lot of the private info on your phone with marketing agencies, phone operators and others. Where does all that data go, and what happens with it?

  • Alternatives to Google Products by PixelPrivacy  (https://pixelprivacy.com)
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    This is a guide to protecting your data from google’s prying eyes here.
  • The Privacy Enthusiast’s Guide to Using Android by lifehacker  (https://lifehacker.com)
    PRIVACY-RELATED CONTENT
    Tips and guidelines on how to change your android system settings in order to protect your privacy. To read the guide click here.
  • Online Teen Safety Guide  (https://staysafe.org/teens/)
    PRIVACY-RELATED CONTENT
    This guide provides the resources necessary for both parents and their teens to safely utilize the Internet. To read the guide click here.
  • PlusPrivacy (https://plusprivacy.com)
    PRIVACY-RELATED CONTENT
    PlusPrivacy provides a unified dashboard for protecting yourself from a variety of threats to your privacy. It enables the control of privacy settings in your social network accounts, hide your email identity, block ads, trackers and malware and prevent unwanted apps and browser extensions from tracking you and collecting your private data.
  • UsablePRIVACY (https://usableprivacy.org/)
    PRIVACY-RELATED CONTENT
    Τhis project offers the prospect of overcoming the limitations of current natural language privacy policies without imposing new requirements on website operators.
  • Browser Extension and Login-Leak Experiment  (https://extensions.inrialpes.fr)
    PRIVACY-RELATED CONTENT
    In the experiment,  your browser fingerprint will be collected, together with the browser extensions installed and a list of websites you have logged in.
  • Apply Magic Sauce (https://applymagicsauce.com/)
    PRIVACY-RELATED CONTENT
    A personalisation engine that accurately predicts psychological traits from digital footprints of human behaviour by University of Cambridge.
  • DataBait (https://databait.hwcomms.com/)
    PRIVACY-RELATED CONTENT
    DataBait is a tool that shows guesses and predictions about you and your personality can be derived by analyzing your digital trail with smart software. In order to give you these insights, we collect, with your permission, data from your Facebook profile and (via the browser plugin) data from your online surfing behaviour.
  • Safeline (http://www.safeline.gr/en)
    PRIVACY-RELATED CONTENT
    SafeLine’s first priority is to eliminate photographic and audiovisual material that portrays ill-treatment of minors and to safeguard their right of safe online surfing. In addition, children’s harassment through the Internet or a mobile phone as well.
  • CR Standard (http://dataselfie.it)
    PRIVACY-RELATED CONTENT
    Consumer Reports partners with other cyber experts, creating a new open-source industry standard to make connected devices safer. For more click here.
  • Dataselfie (http://dataselfie.it)
    PRIVACY-RELATED CONTENT
    SafeLine’s first priority is to eliminate photographic and audiovisual material that portrays ill-treatment of minors and to safeguard their right of safe online surfing. In addition, children’s harassment through the Internet or a mobile phone as well.
  • The Digital Standard (https://www.thedigitalstandard.org/)
    PRIVACY-RELATED CONTENT
    The Digital Standard is an ambitious, open, and collaborative effort to create a digital privacy and security standard to help guide the future design of consumer software, digital platforms and services, and Internet-connected products.
  • My Shadow project (https://myshadow.org)
    PRIVACY-RELATED CONTENT
    Tactical Tech’s Me and My Shadow project helps you control your data traces, see how you’re being tracked, and learn more about the data industry. Created in 2012, the project continues to be actively developed. For more click here.
  • The Ultimate Guide for Online Privacy 
    PRIVACY-RELATED CONTENT
    A detailed online guide for protecting your privacy online which is available from here.
  • How to Keep Your Baby Monitor from Being Hacked 
    PRIVACY-RELATED CONTENT
    A practical and completed guide on how to keep your baby monitor from being hacked  by Katherine Rosman blog. You can read it by clicking here.