Designing for Consent - Documenting DocNowhttps://news.docnow.io/designing-for-consent-2f9e9cb2ab4f
A useful guide for approaching consent in the context of web archiving and long term storage of data from ostensibly 'public' platforms.
Choice quote: "Simply because a user has quickly agreed to a social media platform’s Terms of Service does not mean that they have agreed to have their content collected and preserved for the long term in an archive. "
Need to read this in more detail.
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