We have made it super easy for you to voice your privacy concerns with social media platforms like Snapchat, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. We believe that through coordinated action we build a culture of digital citizenship and start a conversation with corporations. That’s why we created fillable letters you can customize based on who you wish to address and the concerns you want to raise! Click on the social media platforms below to begin crafting your letter to #TalkBackToTech. Here’s how it works:
- Choose your social media platform
- Fill in the blanks from the drop down menu
- Copy and paste your completed letter into a new email and send it off
Alternatively, you could draft your own letter and other social media posts and share them using #TalkBackToTech.
Click on the photos below to begin crafting your letter.
Building a culture of digital citizenship will not happen overnight so in the meantime, there are steps you can take to protect your digital privacy today. We’ve included a few additional resources that we think you will find handy in protecting your privacy.
Terms of Service agreements are often over-written and hyper-vague. Terms of Service Didn’t Read grades the terms of service and privacy policies of different websites.
Answer a few questions with Security Planner to receive a set of recommendations. about how you can protect your privacy. Plus your personal information doesn’t get stored.
Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada has some helpful tips about protecting your privacy while browsing online, using email or social media platforms.
Curious to know if your email accounts have ever been compromised in a data breach? With Have I Been Pawned? all you need to do is enter your email address to find out.
The Lazy Person’s Guide to Better Online Privacy offers some simple steps to get you started on improving your digital hygiene with minimal effort.
Hack*Blossom’s DIY Guide to Feminist Cybersecurity provides useful information on how to mitigate cybersecurity risks, recognizing the unique intersectionality of challenges experienced by each internet user.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation’s Surveillance Self-Defense features instructions to improve your personal security.