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Do a value analysis to understand if users value privacy more than the utility provided in your site / app's context. For instance nobody wants that for a bank or an escort site, but for Amazon? Why not, it saves users time. So, users' perception of risk and benefit will be contextual. You also must give users the opportunity to state that they are using a ...


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I'd be tempted to go with this idea. So long as it does not introduce significant risk (which is usually an area outside the remit and expertise of UX). When I'm faced with a design idea that I have no experience with such as this, I always do 2 things: Articulate the issue, its potential benefits and disadvantages, and ask for it to be added to the ...


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As far as I know (and as far as I understand your question): when you log in to a site, service or app using an existing account (name it facebook, google, etc.), you are not "creating" an account; you're linking this site/service/app with your existing account. That means deleting the account corresponds to the original site, not your site/service/app. ...



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