Online privacy tools for the general public

ENISA has published a study in the area of PETs for the protection of online privacy (online privacy tools) with two main objectives: a) to define the current level of information and guidance that is provided to the general public and b) to provide a proposal for an assessment model for online privacy tools that could bring more assurance in their use, supporting their wider adoption by internet and mobile users.

Published
December 17, 2015
Language
English

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