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From DEF CON: Data rights you can’t exercise can’t protect you

Transcend Team
August 14th, 2020 · 1 min read

In an era of increasingly complex privacy laws, how can companies build policies and best practices that allow consumers to efficiently exercise their data rights?

Transcend’s co-founder and CEO Ben Brook joined Megan DeBlois from Internews, Zach Singleton from Uber, and Maritza Johnson from Google to discuss this question at DEF CON’s Crypto & Privacy Village on August 8 2020.

Their answer? Compliance is the baseline, and companies can take real and tangible steps to improve the experience for their customers, users, and visitors—from greater access, to clarity and education.

Watch the recording of the panel below:

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