A Human-Centric Perspective on Digital Consenting: The Case of GAFAM

@inproceedings{Human2020AHP,
  title={A Human-Centric Perspective on Digital Consenting: The Case of GAFAM},
  author={Soheil Human and Florian Cech},
  booktitle={KES-HCIS},
  year={2020}
}
According to different legal frameworks such as the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), an end-user’s consent constitutes one of the well-known legal bases for personal data processing. However, research has indicated that the majority of end-users have difficulty making sense of what they are consenting to in the digital world. Moreover, it was demonstrated that marginalized people are confronted with even more difficulties dealing with their own digital privacy. In this paper… 
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