07 Jun 11:15 — 12:45
About the session
In the context of growing public concern about personal data and its (ab)uses, the session will invite an open discussion about privacy as a human and user experience.
More specifically, the current state of Privacy UX, as well as if and how the changing understanding of the data ecosystem might further transform regulations, business approaches, and therefore UX practices and services.
- Privacy as human and user experience
- The state of privacy UX and current debates
- The impact of public concern on legislation, business, and UX practice
- Towards user-centric data solutions
This session has:
A session number cap: 24 participants
UX, HX, Data Privacy, Communities of Practice