RE: Walk through a paradigmatic privacy review in 'public' (TPAC)?

>> So I would like to work through an example spec. and how the privacy considerations ended up being written, as a way to show/teach people how to fish for themselves. The model where a small interest group does the privacy review post-facto is unsustainable, IMHO, for two reasons (a) the group is too small and (b) ‘wide review’ stage is waaay too late to be thinking about privacy implications.
>> Makes sense?
Yes :)

Here is an example presentation from 2013 by Hannes Tschofenig that may be helpful in this context:

Suggestion for a walkthrough:
1. Description of what was done.
2. What privacy concerns were raised / discussed?
3. What changes have been made in response to those discussions?
4. Lessons learned 


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