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#iiwxx – Intimate Wearables Use Case

See paper here: http://hg.openid.net/heart/wiki/Post-MI_Implant_and_Rehab Session on Intimate Wearables: HEART – Post-miocardial infarction and rehab use case (real use case) Implantable cardioverter defib rhythm: fibrilation/shock, preamble, lead degradation follow-up, info goes to cloud trigger ← programmer (must be open source? Trust issues) Fitbit tracks activity, relay data, provides context, public health and research MD1 and MD2 […]

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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: The Business and Ethics of (Big) Data: Algorithms, Analytics and Autonomy

Moderator: Jim Adler, Vice President, Products and Chief Privacy Officer, Metanautix Alvaro Bedoya, Executive Director, Center for Privacy and Technology, Georgetown Law Karen Levy, Fellow, Data and Society Research Institute and Postdoctoral Associate, NYU School of Law Jim: big data analytics for supply chains. Alvaro: big data is a powerful tool, but ubiquitous notion that […]

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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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