by Jo Flick, Montana State Library
The San Jose Public library created an online toolkit for patrons to explore their own boundaries on maintaining privacy online with tips on how to achieve a the level of privacy that they desire. The tool kit consists of articles about various virtual privacy issues, from data mining to social media and allows patrons to complete mini self-assessments to lead them to tips on how to limit access to personal information online.
It’s all arranged very neatly into an interactive website. Check it out here: https://www.sjpl.org/privacy