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January 28 is World Privacy Day

In 2020, we made a massive shift from the physical to the digital. Beyond adjusting to virtual classrooms and Zoom office meetings, many of us began to increasingly shop online, find entertainment online, connect with others online, and—let’s face it—live online. In doing so, however, we mustn’t forget that the digital extensions of ourselves, namely our data, is extremely important, carrying with it personal significance financially, socially, and otherwise. Together, we can ensure the protection of the universal human right to privacy and therein fight for personal autonomy, security, and dignity. Visit the website of the National Cyber Security Alliance to learn more about ensuring your privacy and security in this Digital Age.