Thursday 28th June, 2012
1:30pm to 2:15pm
For even the above average user, understanding issues around privacy and security are difficult at best, understanding how to protect your privacy and security can be near impossible. Web browsers could do more to help you understand your privacy and security footprint. Web browsers could be better at helping you do the right thing when it comes to privacy and security. I'll take you through some of the ongoing experiments in Mozilla Labs around privacy and security, and as a group we can discuss some ideas around making the browser work better for users. I'm particularly interested in getting User Experience experts thinking about the current state of privacy controls in the browser and on the web, and what we as a community can do to improve. With enough interest, this session could lead into a hack session.
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