For each fashion tech idea, we will form one group who will develop a privacy-by-design solution for this product category.
During the workshop, we will not only consider the relevant legalities; we will also look at elements like user experience and the usability of the respective privacy-by-design solution. Typical development questions will include: What does the user of my product, aka my customer, want? Does he or she want to specifically control the data that is processed that is processed by his or her clothes? Or does the user instead want to control the risks associated with this data processing? Does my product actually create such a risk? And how can said risk be measured? If I want to enable my customer to control such risks on his or her own, how should I do this? How can I avoid aggravating or overwhelming my customer with a lengthy informed consent request? How should I obtain such informed consent? Do I do so when my customer is buying my product in the online shop... or do I use something attached to the clothing itself?
During the workshop, we will address these items within two thematic sections: In the first part, we will carry out a privacy risk assessment in order to determine whether the product creates any type of risk and, if so, what kind of risk is posed to the potential customer. In the second section, we will develop concrete privacy-by-design solutions mitigating such risks. At the end of our workshop, we will present the various privacy-by-design solutions developed for each product idea, and compare and evaluate them in light of the added value created for the customer.