Privacy by design: 7 principles

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User privacy-centred design

Privacy by Design

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  1. Proactive, not reactive; preventive, not corrective.
  2. Privacy as default
  3. Privacy integrated into the design
  4. Full functionality
  5. End-to-end security
  6. Visibility and transparency
  7. Respect for user privacy

Proactive, not reactive; preventive, not corrective

Privacy as default

Privacy integrated into the design

Full functionality

End-to-end security

Visibility and transparency

Respect for user privacy

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User Experience & User Research agency focused on services and digital products. Proud member of @UXalliance

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