Privacy patterns are design solutions to common privacy problems — a way to translate "privacy-by-design" into practical advice for software engineering. We believe design patterns can help document common practices and standardize terminology and while we're starting with a set of patterns for location-based services, we hope to build a living, community space where all can contribute their own patterns.Learn More »
Provide an ambient notice (unobtrusive, non-modal) when location is being accessed to increase awareness of ongoing tracking.
Strip Invisible Metadata
Strip potentially sensitive metadata that isn't directly visible to the end user.
Active broadcast of presence
Users may choose actively when they want to share presence information, to increase both the relevance of, and control over, sharing.