advice is scattered. There are “how to hide from your parents” videos and articles, “how to bypass school internet blocks”, “how to use Tor”, “how to erase your tracks”, “how to hide files on your computer / phone”… “how to turn off GPS tracking”, stuff like that I’d say they’re pro-youth in that they are pro-privacy., as invasions of privacy is a common problem for young people as there are so many eyes watching them.

advice is scattered. There are “how to hide from your parents” videos and articles, “how to bypass school internet blocks”, “how to use Tor”, “how to erase your tracks”, “how to hide files on your computer / phone”… “how to turn off GPS tracking”, stuff like that I’d say they’re pro-youth in that they are pro-privacy., as invasions of privacy is a common problem for young people as there are so many eyes watching them.

snapchat is a very common product used by middle + high schoolers but being so common, it’s probably less trustworthy ultimately (although I haven’t been on it in about 3 yrs and apparently its made a lot of changes).

There’s more secure ways for privacy, although I don’t get into that stuff — apps and things. I don’t have any ready resources though, but I’d suggest generic articles and videos on privacy that are written in a friendly (not paranoid) tone that are factual and full of stepbystep, like wikihow type things (even if their presentation is a little cringey.

 

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