Human dependence on devices and technologies is increasing every year. We are becoming more and more immersed in the Internet interactions: spending hours on social networks, on marketplace pages, listening to music and watching movies, while our voice assistants and navigators listen to every word we say. All of these benefits are impossible without the flow of vast amounts of data. By sacrificing privacy, we are unaware that our data can be sold, leaked and used to our detriment. A low level of user culture is apparent.
At a time when legal safeguards to protect user privacy are not enough, Data Guard proposes to take the initiative to develop a culture of privacy amongst the most active users of the internet — school and university students