User-Centric Consent tracking

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Editing User-Centric Consent tracking (Draft: Policy and its Usability)

Currently these are the common Enterprise Consent Models for Identity Management (which have had little development in the digital information age.)

   * Implied Consent
   * Opt-IN
   * Opt-IN with conditions
   * Opt-Out
   * Opt Out with exceptions

These common Enterprise consent models have developed over time in accordance with regulation and consumer demand. Like other policy notices online these consent models are applied in an ad-hoc manner. This means they are limited in their ability to manage informed consent. Increase in consent management for Users greatly increases the friction in the user experience and increases session drop rates. This has led to minimizing of consent management in the user experience which greatly effects the quality of informed consent online. Addressing the need for greater quality consent online is a critical issued for developing trust and privacy online. An issue at the core of identity management.

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