What Values should Online Consent Forms Satisfy? A Scoping Review

Karen Renaud, Paul Van Schaik

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Abstract

Background: Online users are presented with consent forms frequently, as they visit new websites.
Such forms seek consent to collect, store and process a web user’s data. The forms contain a wide
range of statements that attempt to persuade people to grant such consent.
Aim: In this paper, we review the literature to determine what researchers say about the human
values/needs online consent forms should satisfy.
Methods: We carried out a scoping review of the literature on consent forms, in order to understand
the research in this area. We conclude with a value-based model of online consent.
Results: Our investigation revealed six distinct human values, and their associated value creators, that
online consent forms ought to satisfy in order to support informed consent-related decision making.
Conclusions: We conclude with a suggestion for future work to validate the proposed model.
Original languageEnglish
Pages1-22
Number of pages22
Publication statusPublished - 22 Jun 2023
Event15th Dewald Roode Workshop Information Systems Security Research - Glasgow, United Kingdom
Duration: 22 Jun 202323 Jun 2023
https://drw2023.github.io/

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Conference15th Dewald Roode Workshop Information Systems Security Research
Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
CityGlasgow
Period22/06/2323/06/23
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