Friday 8th March, 2013
5:00pm to 6:00pm
Dave Morin and Path have always maintained that privacy controls should be simple and that your data always belongs to you. Discover why building privacy and control directly into a product from the start is essential; explore alternative ways to share your information with friends and family in a private and contextual manner; learn about the importance of maintaining closer, private connections. Our social interactions should feel human again. Dave will discuss why social technology should be an extension of our real-life interactions and how networks can and should design for ease-of-use while empowering the user to be in control of their data.
This shift - back to human interactions and control over privacy - is quickly approaching. Are mobile and social companies ready for the switch?
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