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Digital Privacy Checkup: Welcome!

About This Guide

Information about your online activity has value, just like money. There are ways you can decide who gets that information and how it's collected, and make it difficult for cybercriminals to obtain it. This guide provides these pages of resources to help you learn more:

  • Your Digital Footprint: Learn what the Internet knows about you, how to see if a website is tracking you, and how to avoid being tracked.
  • Strong Passwords: Learn how to create a strong password, test a current password's strength, and get help managing your passwords.

Test Yourself!

Why Does Clark Library Care about My Digital Privacy?

Our Statement of Ethics (https://library.up.edu/ethics) says "We support our users’ right to privacy and confidentiality in their use of library services and collections."

  • We do not sell or share your information; we protect it.
  • Your check-out history is not shared with anyone.
  • Your research questions are kept confidential.
  • Library workers who view your account or answer your questions are trained to maintain your privacy.

We encourage you to think about your privacy in every system with which you interact.

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