Tags: identity management

pii2014: Building Trust Through Transparency: Listening to and Communicating with Users

Full title: Building Trust Through Transparency: Listening to and Communicating with Users (Especially When Things Go Wrong) Moderator: Natalie Fonseca, Co-founder and Executive Producer, Privacy Identity Innovation Alexandra Ross, Founder, Privacy Guru Craig Spiezle, Founder and Executive Director, Online Trust Alliance Dave Steer, Director of Policy and Advocacy, Mozilla Foundation Melanie Dougherty Thomas, Managing Director, […]

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pii2014: Building Privacy at Facebook: Products, Programs, and Infrastructure

Matt Scutari, Manager, Privacy and Public Policy: Facebook Paddy Underwood, Product Manager, Facebook Matt: talking about privacy, products, amazing people. “Making the world more open and connected” does not mean making everyone’s information more public. Social networks that existed before Facebook were more open. Facebook brought the ability to share selectively with 1.35B people. Privacy […]

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pii2014: Next-Gen Authentication Technologies

Moderator: Steve Wildstrom, Co-founder and Columnist, Tech.pinions Rajiv Dholakia, Vice President, Products, Nok Nok Labs Stina Ehrensvärd, Founder and CEO, Yubico Steve: new ways of dealing with security and privacy issues. Where can we really make progress? Rajiv: re: breaches, the evidence of need for change is out there. We tend to think in singles, […]

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pii2014: Interview with the Founders of Secret

Moderator: Kara Swisher, Co-executive Editor, Re/code Chrys Bader, Co-founder and Chief Product Officer, Secret David Byttow, Co-founder and CEO, Secret [started notes late] David: Anonymity is important. We took a stance against names. Complicated system on backend, things that go to moderation team. Key is to distill, help illustrate what is bullying, constructive vs destructive. […]

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pii2014: The Impact of Emerging Technologies on Civil Liberties

Moderator: Mary Ludloff, Co-founder and VP, PatternBuilders and Co-author, Privacy and Big Data Catherine Crump, Assistant Clinical Professor of Law, UC Berkeley School of Law Jonathan Mayer, Graduate Fellow, Stanford University Mary: going to focus discussion on law enforcement. When you look at what’ out there and what’s coming, what’s most worrisome in terms of […]

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