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privacy by design
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Privacy by design refers to the practice of embedding privacy requirements as well as PET in the architecture of a software solution or service. In the case of epSOS, privacy by design is implemented by designing all processes involved in the delivery of services (human as well as technical processes) around a set of 100 legal privacy requirements.

By adopting a long-term privacy by design approach, epSOS intends to build up a greater level of trust, potentially allowing legislation to become a facilitator in the creation of a European information health space.

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