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This paper summarizes our most relevant results of research and development work regarding a solution proposal for a privacy concept called user-centric privacy framework (UPF). In particular, our work focuses on user-adapting systems and follows three objectives: elaborate an adaptable privacy statement that complies with well-known privacy practices and with legal regulations; utilize privacy-enhancing technologies for single-user and group-based activities; provide user-controlled privacy concerns. UPF is an integrative solution proposal that considers main aspects of the three interrelated and highly relevant points of view: legal aspects (lawyerpsilas language); technological aspects (technicianpsilas language); user-centric design aspects (userpsilas language). To give a practical example, we present the applicability of UPF focusing on the field of self-directed work-integrated learning systems.