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How Design Nudges Users towards Consenting to Intrusive Surveillance

2018-06-27⊺20:37:31-05:00

It's the familiar repertoire of malpractices: “opt-in” default settings; hidden settings, sometimes buried under layers of submenus; deceptive framing; unclear, incomplete, ambiguous, or deceptive wording of options; coupling choices with rewards (such as extra services and features) or punishments (such as threats of service constraints or loss of functionality); forced action; time pressure; wordy multipage advisories; lying.

“Deceived by Design: How Tech Companies Use Dark Patterns to Discourage Us from Exercising Our Rights to Privacy”
Forbrukerrådet, June 27, 2018
https://fil.forbrukerradet.no/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/2018-06-27-deceived-by-design-final.pdf

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John David Stone (havgl@unity.homelinux.net)

created June 1, 2014 · last revised December 10, 2018