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Watch back: Privacy_Infra() April with the New York Times and Vax.Codes

Andrew Moon
April 26th, 2021 · 1 min read

At our April Privacy_Infra() privacy engineering meetup, we heard how the New York Times manages privacy preferences across 70+ products, and an open-source way to verify COVID-19 vaccinations coming out of Open Austin.

Watch a recording of the event below, which featured Jacquelyn Wax and Kelsey Johnson from the New York Times, and Daniel Roesler from Vax.Codes.

Note: This post reflects information and opinions shared by speakers at Transcend’s ongoing privacy_infra() event series, which feature industry-wide tech talks highlighting new thinking in data privacy engineering every other month.

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