The third, and last, pilot of euCONSENT run between the 27th of June and the 10th of July, in the same five countries with the second pilot: Belgium, Cyprus, Germany, Greece and the UK. The main objective of this last pilot was to repeat the testing of both the euCONSENT system as a whole and the individual solutions of the participating providers, after the improvements that were performed according to the feedback that we received from the large-scale pilot in February.
For this pilot, we used a smaller sample (400 participants), in two different user categories: adults without children (or parents who participated individually), and children under the age of digital consent, together with their parents. We also changed the structure of the pilot and the missions, in order to focus on the most essential aspects of the solution, avoid the mistakes in the design of the large-scale pilot, and introduce some new questions that help us gather new feedback from the participants.
Overall, both the quantitative and the qualitative results of this pilot demonstrate higher completion rates and better acceptability of the solution (compared to the previous pilot), after the technical improvements that were performed in the small timeframe between the two pilots. All these are presented in the following sections of this report.
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