Data privacy moments


The Data privacy moments tool helps teams map out risks to children’s privacy in context of their user journeys and come up with potential solutions.

How to use the tool?

Product teams can use this workshop to map how they use data in context of their user journey to find important privacy ‘moments’.

Run the session with cross-disciplinary practitioners, such as designers, developers and data protection officers to include different perspectives.

Use the outcomes to prioritise where to improve privacy in your user experience and feed into your organisation’s data protection impact assessment.

After using the tool you should have:

  • A current-state user journey with associated data-related risks

  • Identified new risks to address during your design process

  • New information that could feed into your organisation's Data Protection Impact Assessment

  • Notes, questions and ideas on each of the risks you've identified

This tool is part of a number of resources in the Children’s code design guidance. It has been created to help organisations meet the Children’s code, a code of practice that aims to create safer digital experiences for children online.


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The UK's data protection regulator
The UK’s independent authority set up to uphold information rights in the public interest, promoting openness by public bodies and data privacy for individuals.
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