If you are interested, have some tech, want to run a project, get involved. Send and email to info@openconsent.org – or get involved directly with an on-going project, or working group.

All privacy systems and legislations require the provision of this information for the data processing of people. The greater the scope and the more invisible, the greater the privacy risk. This classification system is for how to understand in a practical manner what privacy is for any specific context.

OC: OpenSource is for Privacy Laws that enable open use.
Contextual Privacy Classification

  • No-Consent (no-transparency)
  • No-Consent (but notice)
  • Implied Consent (notice and choice)
  • Explicit Consent
  • Self-Soverign Consent – (user driven and controlled)

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