Gaming Privacy is a Canadian game development and research project aimed at creating a privacy literacy game created with children, for children. The project is lead by Atmosphere Industries in partnership with the EDGE Lab and is generously funded by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada‘s Contributions Program.
We are an interdisciplinary team of game designers, researchers and educators. Our co-design team is a group of 7 children (aged 8-11) from Toronto, Canada.
Kate Raynes-Goldie, Principal Investigator & Senior Game Designer
Kate is a PhD Candidate at Curtin University, a Research Associate at the EDGE Lab and Co-Founder of Atmosphere Industries.
David Fono, Co-Principal Investigator & Senior Game Designer
David is a Research Associate at the EDGE Lab and Co-Founder of Atmosphere Industries.
Jason Nolan, Co-Principal Investigator & Project Advisor
Nick Pagee, Consultant on Gaming and New Media, TIFF Bell Lightbox; Programmer, Sprockets Toronto International Film Festival for Children
Sara Grimes, Assistant Professor, University of Toronto; gender, gaming and education researcher
Adrian Hon, Founder, Six to Start; game designer
Melanie McBride, Research Associate, EDGE Lab; educator and gaming researcher