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European disappearing computer privacy design guidelines, Version 1.1

By Saadi Lahlou and François Jegou

Abstract

Disappearing computing (DC) is specific in the continuous attention of artefacts to human activity, and because artefacts take initiatives in data collection. Therefore privacy is a key design issue. These design guidelines for privacy are aimed at system designers and stakeholders. Their elaboration is the result of a collective effort funded by the European Community IST/Disappearing Computer Initiative, in the Ambient Agoras programme (IST-2000-25134). This version (1.1) is the first publication of these 9 design guidelines : “think before doing”, “re-visit classic solutions”, “openness”, “privacy razor”, “third-party guarantee”, “make risky operations expensive”, “avoid surprise”, consider time”, “good privacy is not enough”. Each guideline is presented as a short title, description of the goal, and design comments. These guidelines will update with time and experience

Topics: T Technology (General)
Publisher: Ambient Agoras
Year: 2004
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.lse.ac.uk:33125
Provided by: LSE Research Online

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