Colin McKay, of CanuckFlack fame as well as from Canada’s Office of the Privacy Commissioner, let us know about a contest they are holding (crowdsourcing at its best, perhaps?) to help design some privacy-themed tshirts …
We want your help in creating T-shirts we plan to give away at conferences and workshops. We want these T-shirts to be privacy-themed, attractive, and witty. We would like to enlist your help in designing them – by either sending us your best witty privacy-themed tagline, or by coming up with your own original design. The best designs will be chosen for our T-shirts, and the winning designers will get- well, a T-shirt.
The Privacy Commissioner’s Office has made a number of inroads into using social media to call attention to the serious privacy issues raised by, well, using social media. In addition to having a blog, they also have a series of videos on YouTube discussing privacy implications. Colin can also be found on Twitter.
Deadline for contest entries is Tuesday, March 25!