Data Privacy Day (DPD) began in 2008 and is held every year on January 28th. As the big day approaches this Monday and buzz continues around Kim Dotcom’s Mega, we are excited to keep privacy front and center.
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DPD’s focus is on raising awareness about the importance of protecting privacy online. Many individuals, companies, organizations, and even government agencies are helping spread awareness about respecting privacy. If you’re on Twitter, join the conversation about safeguarding data with the hashtag #DPD13.
Here are some of the people already talking about DPD:
- PCMag: Most People Clueless About Online Privacy Protection
- International Business Times: ABA Recognizes Data Privacy Day With Three Keys To Security Success
- Brown University: Data Privacy Awareness
- Networkworld: Data Privacy Day 2013: Microsoft releases privacy trends study and video series