The Dutch Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) has published a call for information on online choice architectures for consumers. The questionnaire may be found on this website, with the deadline for submitting information being set at August 16. The gathered information is to be used in preparation of the 'Guidelines regarding online choice architectures'. Through these guidelines ACM intends to advice traders, which online behavioural persuasive practices could e.g. be assessed as unfair (deceptive or coercive) commercial practices, and which examples of online persuasion could be seen as exemplary.