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by Eseohe Ojo – Date: March 16, 2020 @9:25 pm

Guest Post: Social Media Lockdown on the Job hunt: Who is to Blame? by Patty Facy It seems as though every millennial who has gone job hunting is aware of the Social Media Lockdown. Close your accounts, hide all mentions of your name, untag yourself from unsavoury photos and content; build a fortress to protect […]

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by Eseohe Ojo – Date: February 18, 2020 @8:47 pm

Guest Post: Look at Me! Look at Me!: Instagramming an Altered Version of Ourselves By Delicia Ansalem Many young people, myself included, rely on social media quite a lot. As a visual platform, it’s easy to share experiences within seconds, sometimes even over-documenting. Overall, a person’s profile and highlights can say a lot about them. […]

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by Eseohe Ojo – Date: March 3, 2020 @11:13 am

Quotes in the post are from Dylan Marron unless otherwise indicated. Online Hate takes various forms. It ranges from the slightly uncomfortable to the threatening, but it is never any less difficult to deal with. Digital Tattoo was at the 2020 UBC Student Leadership Conference held on January 11, 2020 and had a booth at […]

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by Eseohe Ojo – Date: January 29, 2020 @2:44 pm

The Digital Tattoo Project was recently invited by the Government of British Columbia to review and share feedback on the Draft Principles for Digital BC and you can too!   The Digital Principles in Context These Digital Principles are envisioned to be part of an interconnected set of guidance and standards for all BC Public […]

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by Eseohe Ojo – Date: January 29, 2020 @10:11 am

September 28 is celebrated as the International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI) and the week around this day is sometimes commemorated as Freedom of Information (FOI) Week. As part of FOI week this year, the BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association (FIPA) where former Digital Tattoo Project Coordinator, Bryan Short is now […]

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