|Aim||Learn to distinguish between private and public data; reflect on sharing personal data|
|Duration||20 - 30 min|
|Number of participants||doesn't matter|
|Conditions||The implementing person should have appropriate previous knowledge|
|Material||Flipchart or blackboard; Post-Its with various information, e.g. my address, name of my pet, name of my school, picture of me on the beach, my e-mail address, phone number, shoe size...|
Prepare the post-its with different information on them. Use a pen to divide the flip-chart /blackboard into four areas
- For friends only
- Not safe
Read the information out loud on a Post-It and ask the group in which area they would hang the Post-It. Ask several participants for their opinion. If there is no match, let the whole group vote in which area the Post-It should be glued.
Let the group discuss the results afterwards.
“Private” is not always “private”. A corresponding discussion about the term is helpful.
|Source||ECPAT Österreich / adapted from www.saferinternet.at andwww.klicksafe.de|