Some of the following Consumer Action publications are available in bulk for non-profit or government agencies to distribute for educational purposes. Further info can be found on the How To Order Publications page.

Low-cost broadband internet service

Library: English | Low-cost broadband internet service . Broadband (high-speed) home internet service is a necessity in today’s world, but standard service plans are not always affordable for low-income households. This webpage lists the various low-cost broadband service options available and provides links to program webpages, where consumers can get details about eligibility criteria, prices, availability and more. Category: Internet on Feb 23, 2017

 
Low-income broadband plans

Library: English | Low-income broadband plans . The flyers in this package describe programs that offer low-income households more affordable access to the internet. A companion brochure, Getting up to speed: Broadband internet for low-income households, explains the benefits of internet access. Category: Internet Money Management on Nov 14, 2016

 
Social media and online video privacy - Seminar lesson plan and class activities

Library: English | Social media and online video privacy - Seminar lesson plan and class activities . This packet, only available as a PDF file, provides guidance for teachers and team leaders. It contains a detailed curriculum and classroom activities. Category: Internet Privacy Rights on Oct 13, 2016

 
Social Media and Online Video Privacy - PowerPoint slides

Library: English | Social Media and Online Video Privacy - PowerPoint slides . The Social Media and Online Video Privacy PowerPoint training file is available for download in the "Download File" section. Category: Internet Privacy Rights on Sep 29, 2016

 
Social Media and Online Video Privacy: Trainer’s manual

Library: English | Social Media and Online Video Privacy: Trainer’s manual . This backgrounder is part of our “Social Media and Online Video Privacy" education and training module. The module also contains two multilingual brochures and a lesson plan with PowerPoint training slides. Category: Internet Privacy Rights on Sep 29, 2016

 
What’s not to ‘Like’?

Library: English | What’s not to ‘Like’? Protecting your privacy on social media. Online sharing is a hugely popular pastime. This publication presents the potential risks of oversharing on social media and provides specific tips and tools for participating in social networks while also protecting your privacy and staying safe online. Category: Internet Privacy Rights on Mar 11, 2016

 
Watch out! Online video and your privacy

Library: English | Watch out! Online video and your privacy . While consumers now have many more options for how, where and when they watch video, they also face new risks to their personal privacy. This publication makes viewers aware of the privacy issues raised by video streaming and video sharing technology as well as what they can do to protect themselves. Category: Internet Privacy Rights on Mar 11, 2016

 
Put a Lock on It - Powerpoint Slides

Library: English | Put a Lock on It - Powerpoint Slides Protecting your online privacy. The Put a Lock on It PowerPoint presentation, available for download in the "Download File" section, is designed to be used with the 31-page companion Put a Lock on It lesson plan. Category: Internet Privacy Rights on Oct 19, 2015

 
Put a Lock on It - Seminar Lesson Plan and Activities

Library: English | Put a Lock on It - Seminar Lesson Plan and Activities Protecting your online privacy. The 31-page Put a Lock on It lesson plan, available only as a PDF download, guides community educators through a 2.5-hour workshop that includes three activities designed to give participants an opportunity to practice what they've learned. The lesson is designed to be used with the companion Put a Lock on It PowerPoint presentation. Category: Internet Privacy Rights on Oct 19, 2015

 
Put a Lock on It

Library: English | Put a Lock on It Protecting your online privacy. This fact sheet gives Internet users the knowledge to keep themselves and their families safe while taking advantage of the many benefits of being online. Topics include securing your online accounts and mobile apps, shopping and banking safely on a computer or mobile device, preserving your privacy while using social media, and avoiding unwelcome content and communications. Category: Internet Privacy Rights on Oct 19, 2015

 
 

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