Cranston Public Library welcomes Alison Macrina to lead Digital Privacy and Security for Teens

Cranston Public Library Welcomes Alison Macrina to Lead "Digital Privacy and Security for Teens"

The Cranston Public Library is pleased to welcome internet activist Alison Macrina to the Central Library on Friday, May 5th for “Digital Privacy and Security for Teens.” 
Teens, have you ever wondered what your school's WiFi network can see when you're connected to it? Does Snapchat really delete messages after they expire? And what do Google and Facebook really know about you, anyway? Stop by the C-Lab from 3-5 PM to learn the answers to these questions and more, plus strategies to protect yourself from an internet that's anything but private.
Alison Macrina is an internet activist, the founder of the Library Freedom Project, and a core contributor to the Tor Project.
The Central Library is located at 140 Sockanosset Cross Rd, Cranston, RI 02920. 

(release from Cranston Public Library)