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Datenouting und Datenhoheit im Internet


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Data outing and data sovereignty on the Internet

Category: Data protection and data security
Duration: 1,5h
Art: Workshop
Reference: Workshop at a school in Berlin

The information publicly available on the internet of a (present) real person is searched and discussed and analyzed as an example. We see  which critical and possibly false conclusions can be derived from these informations. It is shown that even "well-intentioned" information may be negative, if you are in an application for a job.

  • How do I protect myself from myself?
  • What data protection rules are there? (for example the right to own the picture of myself)



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