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. We are building a living, community space where all can contribute their own patterns.Learn More »
Protection against Tracking
This pattern avoids the tracking of visitors of websites via cookies. It does this by deleting them at regular intervals or by disabling cookies completely.
Support minimization of data collection and distribution. Important when a service is collecting location data from or about a user, or transmitting location data about a user to a third-party.
Minimal Information Asymmetry
Prevent users from being disenfranchised by their lack of familiarity with the policies, potential risks, and their agency within processing.