Designing privacy-first systems
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Back-end • May 2021
Designing privacy-first systems
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Designing privacy-first systems
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More than 170K children go online for the first time every day and more than 40% of new internet users are kids. But as developers are we aware of how children are using our products? And do we know how to specifically engage with them if they are? Kids are rapidly becoming an online audience that engineers can’t (and shouldn’t) ignore. In this talk we explore the technical and ethical challenges developers face when building privacy-first and zero-data products and services to interact safely with the ever growing population of children online.

Language
English
Level
Non technical / For everyone
Length
38 minutes
Type
online conference
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About the speaker
Danesh Harjani
Engineering LeadSuperAwesome
Having led multiple engineering teams of various sizes and disciplines over the last decade I've had a wide array of experiences across small startups and billion dollar companies in the AdTech space. I've been lucky to always find roles with a mix of the things I love, from building teams and growing talent to designing large scale systems and building products to solve problems that haven't been solved before. I currently work at SuperAwesome, an Epic Games company, leading the advertising engineering teams in our next phase of hyper-growth, both as a product and as a company.
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Language
English
Level
Non technical / For everyone
Length
38 minutes
Type
online conference