In this workshop we will:
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Hartman-Caverly, S. (2022). Dark patterns: Surveillance capitalism and business ethics. https://sandbox.acrl.org/library-collection/dark-patterns-surveillance-capitalism-and-business-ethics
Respond to the following questions:
Questions inspired by Technology Optimism Quiz by Tijmen Schep.
You've probably heard the phrase, "If the product is free, you're the product that's being sold." But what about products and services that we pay for?
Use Mozilla Foundation's *privacy not included guide to learn about the data collection and sharing practices of popular consumer tech.
Explore the following links to experience dark patterns - a technique of persuasive (or deceptive, or manipulative) design to nudge your behaviors and maximize personal data collection.
Consider the four regulators: law, market, design, and norm. Which regulator, or combination of regulators, do you think is the best approach to managing privacy and corporate surveillance?
Open the Jamboard link and use the drawing or shape tool to indicate your position in the regulatory compass.