Privacy Illustrated (activity for kids)

I had already had this idea but (as with every other idea, everyone has already had it before) so here it is.

The idea is to make kids think about privacy and what it means by drawing it. As simple as that.

What does privacy mean to you? Please draw your answer.

In 2014, Lorrie Cranor and her graduate students asked hundreds of people ranging from age 5 to 91 to draw their own illustration of privacy as part of her “Privacy Illustrated” project. CyLab’s Maggie Oates has spent the last couple months analyzing what it all means.

Project homepage: https://cups.cs.cmu.edu/privacyillustrated/

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