Earlier this year, Mozilla convened a privacy workshop that brought together some of the world’s leading thinkers in online privacy. As a result, a series of Privacy Icons were proposed. These icons would be “bolted on” to the existing privacy policies, and they are meant to make an iron-clad guarantee about how a company treats your data. (“Data” refers to your name, ip address, email address, or other data associated with some personally identifiable aspect of your identity.)
Where are the information design police when you need them?