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As drivers of innovation, digital technologies rely on comprehensive data availability while respecting data protection rights. Organizations must ensure compliance by integrating data protection into their operations, using both technological and organizational mechanisms, ideally during software development. Privacy patterns provide blueprints integrating data protection requirements into technology design. Numerous Privacy Patterns exist, but their wider application is limited by issues such as the lack of centralized provision and support for selecting relevant patterns, as well as the absence of evaluation and adaptation for practical usability. This work evaluates 13 developed Privacy Patterns within a case study, offering new insights for practical deployment and future development opportunities.

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1170

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Exploring the Maturity of Privacy Patterns: A Case Study

As drivers of innovation, digital technologies rely on comprehensive data availability while respecting data protection rights. Organizations must ensure compliance by integrating data protection into their operations, using both technological and organizational mechanisms, ideally during software development. Privacy patterns provide blueprints integrating data protection requirements into technology design. Numerous Privacy Patterns exist, but their wider application is limited by issues such as the lack of centralized provision and support for selecting relevant patterns, as well as the absence of evaluation and adaptation for practical usability. This work evaluates 13 developed Privacy Patterns within a case study, offering new insights for practical deployment and future development opportunities.

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