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2019 - ongoing performance

835 privacy policies, accepted with just one-click on ‘got it.’

(www.dailymail.co.uk) Supported by the so-called Trusted Third Party Hosting Network (TTPHN).

various exhibitions

Aleid Wolfsen, Chairman of the DDPA

In the summer of 2019, Janssen held an auction for a second the book One Click. With a bid of €1.500,00, Paul Suijkerbuijk won the book on behalf of The Internet Society Netherlands (ISOC). They intended to offer the book to Aleid Wolfsen, chairman of the Dutch ata Protection Authority (DDPA).

 

Beginning of December, Janssen visited DDPA together with representatives of ISOC, the book and a critical note. In five pages of ‘privacy and user policy’ she emphasising the current lack of control, transparency, and clarity in the current system. During an awkward long 10 minutes, she read these policies out loud to the chairman and colleagues of the DDPA. Closing with:

 

“The law states that almost everything is permitted, provided that they have given their consent. But what does consent mean, when one click on ‘agree’ has 835 destinations?"

Into The Great Wide Open, THE MAGAZINE

Special edition of this book printed on microfiches – 750 copies will be preserved for the next 500 years.

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Podcast | Achter de klik

Behind the Click (Dutch)

#3 Door onze dienst te gebruiken | By using our services

Privacy as a goal, or incidental? What is the function and dysfunction of privacy? The privacy discussion should not be about privacy. But about choices and control over data. The guest is Ruben Verborgh. Professor of decentralized web technology at the IDLab of the University of Ghent and involved with, among others, Solid.

Agenda

APR 2020 | EXPO

[Masterly] Dutch Pavilion Milaan

News

AUG 2020 | IN MAGAZINE

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OCT 2020 | ON THE RADIO

[BNR Digitaal] BNR Newsradio

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835 privacy policies, accepted with just one-click on ‘got it.’

(www.dailymail.co.uk) Supported by the so-called Trusted Third Party Hosting Network (TTPHN).

In the summer of 2019, Janssen held an auction for a second the book One Click. With a bid of €1.500,00, Paul Suijkerbuijk won the book on behalf of The Internet Society Netherlands (ISOC). They intended to offer the book to Aleid Wolfsen, chairman of the Dutch ata Protection Authority (DDPA).

 

Beginning of December, Janssen visited DDPA together with representatives of ISOC, the book and a critical note. In five pages of ‘privacy and user policy’ she emphasising the current lack of control, transparency, and clarity in the current system. During an awkward long 10 minutes, she read these policies out loud to the chairman and colleagues of the DDPA. Closing with:

 

“The law states that almost everything is permitted, provided that they have given their consent. But what does consent mean, when one click on ‘agree’ has 835 destinations?"

Special edition of this book printed on microfiches – 750 copies will be preserved for the next 500 years.