IN THE NEWS
Are children losing their right to privacy?
BLOG – During Privacy Awareness Week (12-18 May 2019) 60% of parents in Australia said their child is exposed to risks from being online, pixevety is calling on schools and parents to protect each child’s right to digital privacy and online safety.
Female.com.au – June 2019
Consumers want control over privacy online
ARTICLE – With the Education Sector rating poorly in the Deloitte Index, child image protection and photo storage solution, Pixevety’s CEO Colin Anson said younger Australians were particularly susceptible to their privacy being compromised.
The Australian – 13 May 2019
Protecting our children in a digital world
ARTICLE – Navigating the digital world is a complex one for adults and children alike, but with a bit of time and careful consideration, you will not only protect your family but create future responsible digital citizens too.
Kiddipedia.com.au – May 2019
How principal’s can improve students’ safety online
ARTICLE – Data released during this year’s Privacy Awareness Week (12-18 May 2019) reveals that 60% of parents in Australia say their child is exposed to risks from being online.
theeducator.com.au – May 2019
Can you share that? Safety issues and children’s photos online
ARTICLE – In an era where children are born into social media, is there such a thing as privacy? Yes, and your Early Learning Centre should be the best practitioner of it.
Belonging Early Years Journal – May 2019
Private eyes: Parents, Schools and the Trouble with Photos
ARTICLE – Who is responsible for collecting and managing school photos?
IAPP Privacy Unbound Edition No.83- Apr 2019
How to safeguard digital privacy
ARTICLE – Last year’s data breach legislation should encourage schools to be more proactive about students’ digital privacy. An interview with pixevety CEO, Colin Anson.
Education Report, The Educator- Apr 2019
Cyber Safety: Keeping students safe online
WHITEPAPER – In a digital landscape, educators must play a role in helping children learn healthy concepts around digital use. Education Matters lists the top 8 resources for schools (featuring pixevety).
Education Matters – Apr 2019
Schools and Surveillance: the facial recognition debate
ARTICLE – By Colin Anson, CEO and co-Founder of pixevety. The digital age is maturing to the point where it’s no longer about what we can do, but whether we do the right thing. Where does that leave the question of facial recognition in schools?
CSO.com.au – MAR 2019
15 years of Facebook
INTERVIEW – This year marks 15 years of Facebook, and more than ever the name ‘facebook’ has been connected to the word ‘privacy’ and concerns about what it means for children.
Female.com.au – FEB 2019
How I Succeeded: pixevety’s Colin Anson
PROFILE – A regular series on Lifehacker where we ask business leaders for the secrets and tactics behind their success. Today: Colin Anson, CEO and co-founder at pixevety.
lifehacker.com.au – JAN 2019
How to tackle digital privacy risks in 2019
TECHNOLOGY eLearning – The Educator looks at the emerging digital privacy risks in the year ahead and how one organisation is helping principals deal with it.
THE EDUCATOR – DEC 2018
Consent: Getting it right
TECHNOLOGY – With issues surrounding privacy and consent in the spotlight like never before, pixevety CEO Colin Anson talks to Education Matters about how schools can get the most out of their photos and videos, while still protecting the digital identities of their students.
EDUCATION MATTERS PRIMARY – OCT 2018-MAR 2019
Unlocking the power of school photos
NATIONAL EDUCATION – pixevety, CEO Colin Anson is passionate about helping schools do more with photos and protecting student digital identities.
THE AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION REPORTER-TERM 2 2018
Seeing The Bigger Picture
THE BIG INTERVIEW – Colin Anson, CEO of pixevety, discusses digital identity protection and why Australian educators must pay more attention to this growing issue
ISSUE 4.01 – MARCH 2018
Ten Privacy Tips for Parents and Carers
PRIVACY FACT SHEET 48 – At pixevety, we also agree with OAIC when it comes to children spending more and more time online. Parents and Carers can help by teaching their children how to protect their privacy, and here is how!
FACH SHEET 48 – MAY 2016