Children’s Privacy: Finnish GDPR4CHLDRN initiative to establish privacy ed and training program

Finland’s Office of the Data Protection Commissioner is overseeing the GDPR4CHILDRN project, which has a 2-year plan to develop a toolkit to be used by children’s activity associations and by parents and young people to help educate about data protection for youth. Plans are for the toolkit to be published in Finnish, Swedish, and English, and translated into Russian, Estonian, Somali, and Arabic.

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