Students can see online when busy times are predicted at a library or store through Google tracking of people’s movements. This is handy to plan a low-patronage visit, bit gives rise to students being able to consider privacy of their digital movement. Students can also discuss digital location tracking for their parents to see where they are and for them to see where their parents are (ie, have they left work yet?). As students get older, this exchange of digital information can be important within families to passively check-in on each other’s safety, yet students should consider who else has not been granted access to their location and yet can determine whereabouts through social media postings and over-sharing online. All good conversation starters to hone in on cyber security learning outcomes.
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