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Watch the recording: privacy_infra() November

Andrew Moon
November 17th, 2020 · 1 min read

We wrapped up our first season of privacy_infra tech talks on November 12th with two fantastic talks on scaling privacy-respective frameworks and cultures.

First up, we heard from Nuria Ruiz, a volunteer engineer at the Wikimedia Foundation, who presented on the challenges and opportunities in putting the organization on a ‘lean data diet’.

LinkedIn Staff Software Engineer Ryan Rogers then outlined how their privacy engineering team built a differentially private data analytics API at scale. Transcend’s Ben Brook also gave an update on how we’re building privacy-respecting technologies to fulfill data requests for companies.

Watch the full event below.


  • Nuria Ruiz, Volunteer Engineer, Wikimedia Foundation
  • Ryan Rogers, Staff Software Engineer, LinkedIn

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