The ‘privacy by design’ approach for mobile apps: why it’s not enough

Dusty-Lee Donnelly, University of KwaZulu-Natal The mobile apps installed on our smartphones are one of the biggest threats to our digital privacy. They are capable of collecting vast amounts of personal data, often highly sensitive. The consent model on which privacy laws are based doesn’t work. App users remain concerned about privacy, as a recent… Continue reading The ‘privacy by design’ approach for mobile apps: why it’s not enough