The Indieweb privacy challenge (Webmentions, silo backfeeds, and the GDPR)
Originally intended to showcase a privacy-centred implementation of emerging social web technologies – with the aim to present a solution not initially motivated by legal requirements, but as an example of privacy-aware interaction design – my “social backfeed” design process unveiled intricate challenges for Indieweb sites, both for privacy in general and legal compliance in […]
Saturday night 'fun' of a privacy designer: catching up on the latest in privacy law at @fu_berlin
Collaborative list of GDPR-compliant DPA contracts
One of many GDPR tasks before May 25 is to sign Data Processing Agreements with third-party services you use for your website, newsletter, etc. For an easy start, we created a collaborative online list to provide an easy starting point – please use for your benefit! …and contribute back?
The GDPR is a call to practice ethical design
Internalizing the history and philosophy behind the General Data Privacy Regulation is key for every designer in privacy-critical contexts. The GDPR is not a law that specifies detailed demands for consent forms or the like—it is a change agent for embracing ethical principles in dealing with personal data, across the EU and beyond.
Reposting a Tweet by Smashing Magazine
Amen! "While I feel that performance has finally found its place on the agenda in web projects, it’s about time to push privacy, accessibility and ethics to the spotlight as well. Still way too often forgotten or dismissed for the sake of business."
Piwik is now Matomo
Free/libre Google Analytics -alternative Piwik is now “Matomo”: no matter the name, the tool remains #1 choice for independent web analytics. #GDPR