The UCLA Privacy Office is hosting “Pizza Treats and Privacy Tools,” a free discussion on Thursday, Nov.8 about tips and tools for online privacy.
The event, which will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Charles E. Young Research Library’s main conference room, is open to all faculty, staff and students. Participants will get a chance to learn ways to manage and enhance internet technology literacy on smartphones, social media and browsers. Volunteer professionals will run a series of demonstration sessions on password management, social media and mobile device practices, internet safety and virtual private networks.
Every 10 minutes, attendees will have a brief demonstration of how to increase privacy in your settings and use technology to your advantage from an expert. After 10 minutes, a bell will ring and attendees can switch to the next roundtable. You will have the opportunity sit at all tables during the event. If you come late, don't worry just join the next roundtable switch.
RSVPs are required and lunch will be provided.