Corpus ID: 15433428

Comics as a Medium for Privacy Notices

@inproceedings{Knijnenburg2016ComicsAA,
  title={Comics as a Medium for Privacy Notices},
  author={Bart P. Knijnenburg and David Cherry},
  booktitle={WSF@SOUPS},
  year={2016}
}
Online privacy and security notices are rather ineective: Very few people read them, and those who do nd them difcult to understand and remember. How can we create privacy and security notices that are inviting, engaging, comprehensible, and memorable, even for users with dyslexia or a lower literacy level? In this paper, we propose to investigate the use of comics for privacy and security notices. We describe the ongoing development of comic notices for the \transparency and choice" part of… Expand
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