Course Release Date: June 4, 2021
E221- Differential Privacy
Approximate Length – 15 Minutes
Intended Audience – Software Architects, Product Designers, Software Engineers, Product Managers, Security Engineers, Privacy Engineers and other Technologists, Database designers and architects
From your customer’s perspective, your user interface is your product or service. Having a good user experience not only makes your product easier to use but promotes brand loyalty.
Manipulative designs, forced consents, mixed privacy messages, and over-collection of data can all degrade the user experience and ultimately brand loyalty.
While these things can temporarily boost sales or engagements, they will ultimately lead to unhappy consumers or regulatory action. This lesson will help participants understand the concept of consent and pitfalls to obtaining it.
- When to Use Consent
- Informed Consent
- Ensuring Understanding
- Hidden Information
- Price Discrimination
By completing this lesson, participants should understand some of the common design choices that fail to elicit informed consent.
Includes a knowledge check at the end of the lesson.