Are you a youth aged 16 – 25?
Do you have opinions about your rights to privacy online?
We are working with the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) Net Good program to inform future advocacy priorities related to Canada’s privacy laws, and want to make sure that our work is in-tune with the needs and concerns of young people.
This quick 15-minute anonymous survey will help us understand how youth use the internet and what you think about privacy on social media, surfing the internet, and mobile devices like phones.
A report on the survey responses will be published at www.bccla.org and may be included as part of advocacy submissions to government bodies or officials. This research is conducted by Aislin Jackson, Policy Staff Counsel at the BCCLA, and generously funded by the CIRA Net Good program. This research study has been reviewed by the Community Research Ethics Office (CREO).