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These designs demonstrate how others have designed for trust, transparency and control.

Live video consent between teens and parents
Making data controls more human
Making permissions between parent and teen in an engaging way
Friendlee Copy
Providing consent within a group scenario
Enabling elderly people to feel confident about sharing their data
Rewarding people for sharing their data in a modular way
Waytogo London2018 5 safe mode
Empowering teens with granular location control
Garms London2018 4Garms Thumbprint
A model for parent-child trust online
Oink London2018 3-Offers recommendations
Educating people about how their data is used
Tivi London2018 5-mum is asked permission
Enabling flexible permissions for teens
Friendlee London2018 DataStory
Designing with change in mind
Loco London2018 ShareWorld
Giving granular controls for sharing
Mapstr Paris2017 TTCplatform4
Taking a human approach to building trust
Onecub Paris2017 Granular tags
Building your own personal privacy policy
Karos Paris2017 01new
Building trust inside and outside apps
Oink Dublin set your goal
Building people's trust over time
Kin Dublin2017 Main
Taking a layered approach to personal data
Fanfare Dublin2017 Main
Building powerful narratives around value exchange
Chariot Dublin2017 time based consent
Minimising data usage while trialing services
Fanfare SaoPaulo2018 - yesno
Explaining value exchange during sign-up
Munchbox SaoPaulo2017 Home
A playful approach to privacy
Chariot SaoPaolo2017 Main
Building time-efficient privacy controls
Oink SaoPaolo2017 CreateAccount
Building a relationship through personal data
Jam Brussels2017 6jam
Playful privacy settings
OSSetup Brussels2017 Cookies7
Taking control in the operating system
TheGlobe Brussels2017 Subscription01
Making cookies transparent
Cookietimeline Brussels2017 - last used
Controlling cookies everywhere