Through the use of personas, we’ll host a conversation about how to educate people ‘why privacy matters’ and to better understand the ‘privacy’ they are surrendering when they choose convenient or no-cost tools that collect data for profit.
We have designed a session that puts fictional people in situations where their privacy is compromised. We split the attendees into small groups. Each group will be assigned a persona and be asked to suggest persuasive strategies they would use to tell their respective persona to change their behavior online – to consider their privacy and refrain from giving information away. The task will be to have a conversation with the personas that focuses on privacy rather than technical aspects and jargon.
This is a Learning Forum session.