Upcoming events: Super Ninja Privacy Techniques at Web 2.0 Expo

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Brad and I will be presenting our Super Ninja Privacy Techniques for Web App Developers talk at Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco on Tuesday, April 17. If you’re attending, please drop by and say hi. We had a great response to the talk when we gave it at ETech, and it was fantastic to meet so many Wesabeans who attended. Hope to see you there!

4 Responses to “Upcoming events: Super Ninja Privacy Techniques at Web 2.0 Expo”

  1. Zed Says:

    I enjoyed the talk. Will you be posting the slides (I’d especially like to see the resource URLs you posted at the end, please.) Thanks!

  2. evbart Says:

    Is there anyway to get a hold of this speech?I was not able to attend but I’d be very interested in reading about it.

  3. Marc Hedlund Says:

    Hey, Zed and evbart,

    Thanks much. A version of the talk in article form is being published in next week’s Insecure Magazine — http://www.insecuremag.com/

    I’m also happy to send the slides to anyone who wants them, just drop me an email at marc at wesabe dot com. Zed, here are the URLs from the end:

    Wesabe’s data bill of rights:
    http://blog.wesabe.com/index.php/2006/11/10/open-data-at-web-20-and-our-data-bill-of-rights/

    Brad’s paper on the privacy wall:
    http://blog.footle.org/2007/02/22/protecting-your-users-data-with-a-privacy-wall/

    Privacy software tools for web apps:
    http://dev.riseup.net/privacy/

    EFF guidelines for online service providers:
    http://www.eff.org/osp/

    Hope this helps, and thanks for the interest.

  4. The 3 requirements you need to be even considered as a web app at lifeinlists.com Says:

    […] I’m not putting my data in unless I know what you’re going to do with it.  Write in plain english, and make it clear that this is a top priority.  Wesabe, apersonal finance app that really brought this point to my attention, was very vocal about their commitment to data security and their dead simple privacy policy from the beginning.  They were so serious, they created a Bill of Rights for your data (see below).  I was a bit nervous about putting my financial data online, and they went to great lengths to make me feel comfortable, including public access to their CEO!   […]

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