- Avoiding collecting unnecessary data from users and always asking for their permission before accessing features or information on their devices (e.g. camera, microphone, contact details, biometric data…);
- Periodically reviewing the actual data collection procedures and developing an automated procedure to remove unnecessary/expired data;
- Collecting as little personal data as possible and provide the same level of service and comprehensibility of your data treatment to all users, including impaired ones;
- Ensuring personal data is always available for users to edit, posing no time-limits and no risk of data loss during compilation;
- Providing higher control on data and support to users, for example offering direct link to organisations that users can call anonymously to receive help (trusted referees);
- Splitting all data treatment contents in smaller information “pieces”, in order to be able to easily update when needed.