Privacy needs and preferences brainstorming session
dayotte at ocadu.ca
Mon Aug 22 21:35:17 UTC 2016
Some relevant links, thanks to Steve Lee and Jutta (sorry for cross-postings).
On Aug 22, 2016, at 2:23 PM, Dana Ayotte <dayotte at ocadu.ca<mailto:dayotte at ocadu.ca>> wrote:
On Thursday August 25th from 2-3:30pm ET we will be holding a brainstorming session related to privacy needs and preferences. We want your input as we kick off the UX design phase of this project.
In particular, we want to address the following three questions:
1. What are the possible privacy preferences someone might have?
2. How is private information being used currently?
3. Who are vulnerable in this context?
As part of answering these questions, we want to discuss
* what constitutes private information,
* what is being gathered and for what purpose,
* what are the conflicts between privacy requirements and what is actually being done today, and
* are there constraints in fulfilling privacy wishes.
This meeting will be held at the IDRC at 205 Richmond St. Toronto, with remote participation as well. Please let me know if you are interesting in joining us and feel free to pass this message on to anyone else who may be interested.
Inclusive Design Research Centre
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