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
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