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Single sign-on was a great promise: let the big identity providers handle authentication/identity, and your website gets all the benefits of a streamlined registration process for free! Anyone who has ever tried to implement it however, knows it never really works that way. In the real world, it’s a lot more messy: especially when you add in mobile, multiple providers and mixing it up with an existing account system. We’ll discuss best practices for making it work, handling the gnarly edge cases with security and identity issues, and how to make sure the user experience is as painless as possible.Panel will include platform representatives from Facebook, Twitter, and Google.
So you've worked for months writing code, assembling creative, and testing out your app until it it's finally ready for mass consumption. The App Store has approved it and you are getting solid reviews. But how are you storing your users' registration information? Have you taken adequate steps to ensure its authenticity? Do you know how old your users are or what information is being passed on to advertisers? A wrong answer to these questions could land you in hot water with the authorities. And Congress is considering regulations to strictly monitor the relationships you have with your customers. Our panel discusses avoiding privacy pitfalls. Experts will share their experiences negotiating with Congress and explain how to modify your app to avoid enforcement action by regulators.
9th–13th March 2012