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Privacy-Enhancing Design, the Anti-Dark Patterns Framework

About the live training:

In this interactive training, participants will learn about dark patterns, how they affect user privacy, and what can be done to avoid them. By exploring examples and the latest reports, legislations, cases, and fines, the participants will be able to understand the impact UX has on privacy compliance, the current relevance of the topic, and the regulatory background around it.


At the core of the live training is learning to identify dark patterns and getting familiar with Privacy-Enhancing Design, a framework that helps tech teams build interfaces, features, and products focused on protecting user privacy. The live training also includes an interactive activity and a case study with the participants' company's features and/or UX interfaces.

This is a unique learning opportunity, as the content is based on Luiza Jarovsky's research and advocacy against dark patterns in privacy and in favor of privacy-enhancing design. This live training aims to empower tech professionals and legal departments with practical tools to identify dark patterns in privacy and revert them into user interfaces that respect user privacy, autonomy, and transparency.

Target audience:

  • Tech professionals - especially product managers, designers, marketers, and developers;

  • Privacy professionals;

  • Lawyers;

Duration: approximately 1 hour.

Format: live, in-company, or remote.

About Luiza Jarovsky:

Luiza is the CEO & co-founder of Implement Privacy and the author of The Privacy Whisperer, an independent privacy newsletter & podcast, with thousands of subscribers worldwide. In 2020, she was awarded by the President of Israel the "President's Scholarship for Excellence in Science and Innovation" for her Ph.D. research. In 2021, she received a Westin Scholar Award from the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).

Her research about Dark Patterns in Privacy has been broadly shared online and cited by the EU and the OECD reports. In her newsletter, she frequently writes additional insights on the topic of Privacy and UX Design.

Originally from Brazil, Luiza graduated in Law from the University of São Paulo, completed her Master's at Tel Aviv University, and is doing her Ph.D. there as well. She speaks English, Portuguese, French, Spanish, Italian, German, and Hebrew and is a proud mother of 3.

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