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Wearable AI, Bystander Notice, and the Question of Privacy Frictions

Zahra Takhshid makes an argument for mandating “privacy frictions” in wearable technology.

"Privacy frictions are tangible measures that can put the reasonable bystander on notice. While this human-centered privacy design may impact the users’ experience, it ensures a future where privacy continues to be relevant and valued."

Read more in Boston University Law Review.

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