A "nutrition label" for privacy

@inproceedings{Kelley2009AL,
  title={A "nutrition label" for privacy},
  author={Patrick Gage Kelley and Joanna Bresee and Lorrie Faith Cranor and Robert W. Reeder},
  booktitle={SOUPS},
  year={2009}
}
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We used an iterative design process to develop a privacy label that presents to consumers the ways organizations collect, use, and share personal information. [...] Key Result Our study results demonstrate that compared to existing natural language privacy policies, the proposed privacy label allows participants to find information more quickly and accurately, and provides a more enjoyable information seeking experience.Expand Abstract

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