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Datadysten nu på engelsk: The Data Challenge!

Opdateret: 20. dec. 2022

Datatilsynet har nu lanceret tilsynets prisvindende spil, Datadysten, i en engelsk version.


(English below) Prøv The Data Challenge på datadysten.dk (klik på det lille engelske flag øverst til højre for den engelske version).



Hvad er Datadysten? Datadysten er et spil, der på en sjov og uformel måde formidler viden om databeskyttelse. Spillet indgår i en undervisningspakke, som er målrettet 10-12-årige børn på mellemtrinnet (4.-6. klasse). Alle er velkomne til at teste sin viden om databeskyttelse. Kan du vinde den store guldpokal? Så kast dig ud i Datadysten nu!

Bemærk: Datatilsynet tager forbehold for, at spillet oprindeligt er udviklet på dansk og efterfølgende er blevet oversat til engelsk.

Du kan på samme vis, som i den danske udgave, tilgå PowerPoints og andet relevant materiale til brug for din undervisning.

Du kan tilgå materialet her. //English Version// The Danish Data Protection Agency launches its award-winning game ”Datadysten” in an English version under the title “The Data Challenge”. Try The Data Challenge via datadysten.dk and click on the small English flag at top.

What is the Data Challenge? The game aims to promote awareness amongst kids of their rights to have their personal data protected under data protection law in a fun way. The game “Datadysten” is available for free at the Danish Data Protection Agency’s official website

The game is part of a training package that targets 10-12-year-old children. Everyone is welcome to test their data protection knowledge. Can you win the big gold cup?

For teachers: Find out more and get learning material for free.

Please note: The Data Challenge is originally developed by the Danish Data Protection Agency for Danish children and young people. Despite the fact that the game is based on GDPR, it is also based on the Danish Data Protection Act and the Danish DPA’s understanding of the rules. Therefore, the Danish Data Protection Agency makes reservations for language and legal errors and shortcomings. However, we would love to hear from you if you have tips and tricks that can contribute positively to the English edition.


Kilde: datatilsynet.dk

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