Report: Deceived by design forbrukerradet.noA detailed report, documenting how Google, Facebook and Microsoft use UI dark patterns to deceive and manipulate users towards accepting low privacy defaults; by the Norwegian Consumer Council.
Modern myth: Nothing to hide? Collected responses to a dangerous fallacy digitalcourage.deAnyone who is concerned with surveillance will hear this statement over and over again. Though dangerous and false, it is very persistent. And we are fed up with it. Ten points against the notion that you have “nothing to hide”.
What made the combination of these two talks so powerful is their underlying message in combination: (UX) research is all about asking the right questions, using the right tools and embedding the activities in the organisational context to fit the processes, but maybe even more importantly to inject user-centred thinking into team culture.
Auf dem #wke2018 spricht @sebastiangreger über "Datenschutz als User Experience" https://www.webkongress.fau.de/talks/datenschutz-als-user-experience/ … Er erörtert Grundkonzepte des Datenschutz-UX + zeigt, wie man auf konzeptueller, techn. + designerischer Ebene auf neue (datenschutzbewusste) Anforderungen reagieren kann.
Exciting! Got invited to present my latest “Privacy as UX” talk at the “Webkongress Erlangen” conference in September, alongside a great a11y & webdev/des line-up (event in German)