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Data Privacy Day

Data Privacy Day is an annual event on 28th January. Its aim is to raise awareness about respecting privacy and data online. The day was created by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and has been observed since 2006.

We're connected through digital devices at all times facing the implications of privacy settings and the safety of our data every day. This is the day to finally get around to checking your security settings on all your online accounts. Do you know what you agree to when you tick that terms and conditions box? Not sure? Find out more on Data Privacy Day.

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 Create Educational Graphics with Design Wizard

To help users make informed decisions in their everyday lives online, be sure to explain privacy settings in a simple way. By simplifying the language and creating an eye-catching visual, you can turn complex privacy regulations into an easy-to-read design and show your audience that you respect privacy. 

Here's how to get started in Design Wizard:

Step 1: Browse the Design Wizard library and find templates for flyers, posters, and social media posts. Whether you want to create awareness with a flyer directly on Data Privacy Day, a poster to hang up in the office, or a post for your fans on social media to let them know you value their privacy, we've got you covered.

Step 2: To create a simplified version of your privacy settings, adjust the text and add icons.  Tweak font style, size, and line spacing to make it easy to read.

Step 3: Save and download your final version. Print your flyer or share your new social media post straight to your selected channel.

How to Get Involved on Data Privacy Day

Data Privacy Day is all about creating privacy awareness and sharing privacy experiences. To get involved, think about how you can become a privacy leader. Start by learning the ins and outs of security and risk management and European Data Protection.

Help to create awareness among businesses to provide safer digital lives to the average user. Customers today value transparency about online privacy and businesses are held accountable if there's a lack of it.