…son who works from home (like me) might have no utility for someone who is homeless and unemployed. And if we lived in a world where all apps didn’t mine mountains’ worth of sensitive data from us, we might be able to distinguish between the level of security needed to access our Spotify account, say, and the security needed to log into our bank. That’s a whole other accessibility issue worthy of consideration, by the way — ensuring that all users understand and can freely consent to having their information recorded or sold.
I'm currently working on developing a social network which is community focused, socially conscious, ethically driven and is an opt-in model, rather than an opt-out model - looking to address both inclusive design issues such as MFA as well as privacy issues. http://droplet.social/