Does there need to be clarity in the wording or descriptor of what the intention is of the “Tutorials”?
What are the risks? “Learn more” → connect to tutorial?
Screen 14/15 - how the choices you are making affect the list of information
Introduce map here?
A taxonomy of preferences?
Clearing browser history on single device - i.e your personal device that you have control over - risk is someone getting access remotely
Other types of things not under your control - info stored remotely on other’s servers - option → going forward, don’t share this information (and where possible request to remove past info)
You can request, but it may not get honored
Synchronise your browser history across devices is also possible, so option on single device may not be realistic
Be more proactive - with suggestions (links and info that will enable users to be proactive about privacy)
User should get into habit of learning and knowing about privacy
You don’t do it once and you’re done - it’s always changing
E.g. see HW vendors FAQ’s
Getting folks aware that there are resources out there ie: apple privacy from which users can link through and learn specific to their device/software needs
Add an option to never store browser history (vs. clear browser history)
Episodes of the storybuilder - a way of learning different topics - an OER (intention: empower individuals to control their privacy through learning/awareness)