privacy_infra(), hosted by Transcend
privacy_infra() is a meetup held every two months, with tech talks showcasing new thinking in data privacy engineering from leading companies.
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Watch back previous privacy_infra() events and talks
How The New York Times built a technical privacy system
Learn how the publisher built a technical system to honor user’s privacy rights.
How LinkedIn developed a differentially private data analytics API
Staff Software Engineer Ryan Rogers discusses how they built an audience engagement API that leverages differential privacy to protect user information.
Watch back: April 2021 event
With privacy tech talks from The New York Times and Vax.Codes
Powering the world's private communications
Signal’s VP of Engineering Jim O’Leary explains how the non-profit built E2EE, and scaled for massive user growth.
How Zoom is building E2EE
Zoom engineer Merry Ember Mou on the technical challenges of building end-to-end encryption into the company’s meeting platform.
Watch back: February 18, 2021
With privacy tech talks from Signal, Zoom, and UC Berkeley.
Privacy enhancing design, beyond the obvious
Watch back George Rosamond's presentation from our September 2020 event.
Watch back: privacy_infra() September
Watch a recording of our September event, with Uber, Freedom of the Press, and ClearOPS.
Privacy practices of COVID-19 tracing apps
Watch back Megan DeBlois' presentation at our first privacy_infra() event.