Data Protection Day 2023: Free Media Kit

Jan 18, 2023

Data Protection Day is a day of action launched by Council of Europe that has been celebrated annually since 2007 around January 28 – the date on which the European Convention on Data Protection was signed in 1981. In the meantime, Data Protection Day is celebrated worldwide and is known as “Privacy Day” outside Europe.

The aim is to raise awareness of data protection among Europe’s citizens. Would you also like to participate and draw attention to the importance of data protection for society in the context of European Data Protection Day?

We provide you with graphics designed by EFDPO for social media and email signatures for this purpose. You can download them free of charge and use them for your communication.

Join in!

1. Download the banners in the format you need:

For social media (1200 x 675 pixels):

 

For your email signature (500 x 180 pixels)

2. Share the image via your social media channels or in the signature of your emails for Data Protection Day on January 28 and/or in the days leading up to it.


3.
Use relevant hashtags:

#DataPrivacyDay
#DPD2023
#DataPrivacyDay

Done!

 

P.S.: If you use @[add your social media account here] and @efdpo in your Data Protection Day post, we’ll give you a Like.

 

 

 

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