This report on Transparent Privacy Preserving Data Analytics (PAPAYA deliverable 3.4) presents the results of our development of user interfaces (UIs) for making privacy-preserving data analytics, which we develop in the PAPAYA project, transparent to data subjects and other stakeholders and for increasing means of control for data subjects. Our work implements end user and legal requirements that we previously elicited in PAPAYA deliverable D2.2 and builds upon the state of the art that we presented in deliverable D3.2, in which we elaborated what to explain and how to explain privacy-preserving data analytics. For the development of most of the user interfaces, we followed a human-centred design approach, consisting of iterations of prototyping and evaluations involving user tests and expert walkthroughs. The UIs were finally implemented in React Native for Android mobile phones. The user interfaces presented in this deliverable will be utilised in PAPAYA’s data subject tools and dashboard and include:

  • User interfaces for presenting Risk Management artefacts for assessing the impact of privacy-preserving data analytics on privacy risks.
  • User interfaces for explaining and exemplifying how privacy-preserving data analytics work.
  • User interfaces for enhancing end user control via the Privacy Preference Manager and Data Subject Rights Manager of PAPAYA’s Policy Engine.

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Karlstad University