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On the topic of privacy

Did you know that May 1 - 7, 2013 is "Choose Privacy Week"?  Choose Privacy Week is an ongoing program of the American Library Association that invites library users into a national conversation about privacy rights in a digital age. Check out the Choose Privacy Week website for more info and programming resources for libraries. Here's a short (1:23) Privacy Week Trailer video from their video gallery that covers some of the privacy-related concerns and issues: http://player.vimeo.com/video/10998821.

In celebration of Choose Privacy Week, I'd like to share a couple links to privacy-related resources I ran across this week...

And finally, here's a fun video to get you thinking about how the information you share online through social media and other sources can reveal more than you might like to the world.

"Dave is an extremely gifted clairvoyant who finds out specific financial information. This video reveals the magic behind the magic, making people aware of the fact that their entire life can be found online. And by doing so urging everybody to be vigilant."

Amazing mind reader reveals his "gift"


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Great and useful post--and I love the video. I'll share this with my co-workers.

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