People know that once they publish something online, such content becomes “publicly available” and can be downloaded and re-used by others, for example, researchers and data scientists. The reality is far more complicated. And for us, finding a way to comply with data protection obligations and to respect the tenets of research ethics became an … Continued
Together with the manipulation experts Rachele Carli (University of Bologna) and Cristiana Santos (University of Utrecht), we have submitted our feedback to the “Guidelines 3/2022 on Dark patterns in social media platform interfaces: How to recognise and avoid them” elaborated by the European Data Protection Board. Read our public comments.
Dark patterns at the Luxembourg Privacy Salon The last edition of the Luxembourg Privacy Salon focused on dark patterns. Dr. Arianna Rossi led an interactive presentation with the audience. Watch the video to learn more about dark patterns and how they circumvent the data protection requirements of transparency, consent and privacy by default.
DARK BY DESIGN: REGULATING MANIPULATION IN ONLINE ENVIRONMENTS Panel at the Conference on Computer Privacy and Data Protection 2021 Moderator: Arianna Rossi Speakers: Frederik Zuiderveen Borgesius, Estelle Hary, Anne-Jel Hoelen, Ailo Ravna, Geoffrey Delcroix Online services are scrupulously designed to offer the best experience to their users, accommodate their needs and direct their actions towards … Continued