We’re seeing this slide on screen:
Two Core Decisions for User Consent:
1) Do I want to allow this app to install other apps?
2) Has the app I want to install been scanned?
“I agree on a high level that friction, when it’s proportional and commensurate to the risk... is appropriate,” he says.
He thinks a single screen should be enough to get the user’s informed consent.
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