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.
Engineering with a Lean Data Diet in mind
Wikimedia Volunteer Engineer Nuria Ruiz outlines the data privacy implications of engineering with a lean data mindset.
Watch back: privacy_infra() November
Watch a recording of our September event, with LinkedIn and Wikipedia.
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.
Watch back: privacy_infra() July
Watch a recording of our first privacy_infra() virtual event on July 30, 2020.
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