Teach young teens about privacy issues

Joel Reidenberg send the following message:

I am looking to put together a group of Princeton students as volunteers to teach a local middle school class about internet privacy and safety.   This is part of a national project that launches next week with a dozen participating law schools (including Harvard, Yale, Georgetown, UC-Berkeley, Wash U-St. Louis).    You do not need to have any interest in law (or even any knowledge about law) to volunteer.   

The idea behind this service project is to develop awareness of privacy issues among young teens as they begin to engage online.  We have a full set of teaching materials for the volunteer teams that are easy to use.  The commitment will be about 10-15 hours total (5 hours in the classroom spread over a few weeks plus informal prep sessions that I will lead for each classroom visit to the middle school.)
Please let me know if you are interested and don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about the program.
Best,
Joel R. Reidenberg
Microsoft Visiting Professor of Information Technology Policy
CITP | Princeton University | 309 Sherrerd Hall | Princeton, NJ 08544
p. +1.609-258-4952 | e. <joelrr@princeton.edu>
Stanley D. and Nikki Waxberg Chair and Professor of Law
Founding Academic Director | Center on Law and Information Policy
Fordham Law School | 140 West 62nd Street | New York, NY  10023
p. +1.212.636.6843 | f. +1.212.930.8833 | e. <jreidenberg@law.fordham.edu>
Center: http://law.fordham.edu/clip | Faculty: http://faculty.fordham.edu/reidenberg
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