The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada and provincial commissioners around the country have released resources to help educate children about privacy issues. The activity sheets include a game to teach children about online decision-making, a checklist for kids to fill out to learn about their family's attitude toward privacy, and a form to help them create strong passwords. "It is important that youth become savvy digital citizens who are able to enjoy the benefits of being online," the OPC announcement states. "Young people need to be equipped with the knowledge necessary to navigate the online world and participate in the digital domain while protecting their privacy."
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