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Serious Games as a Tool for Privacy-by-Design

Author: Grafenstein, M. v.
Published in: Digital Society Blog
Year: 2017
Type: Other publications

In a digitised society, where individual communication is increasingly based on the processing of personal data, explaining the complexity of privacy is hardly feasible. That’s why we at the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG) decided to organise the “Game Jam: Unveil the Privacy Threat” in order to develop games that could exactly achieve that! Maximilian von Grafenstein, head of the research program “Governance of Data-Driven Innovation”, presents which serious game ideas were developed for which specific educational goal.

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