Privacy by Design, Default and Choice by Arthur Brock, Grant Gallo, Guo Liu, and Liz Steininger
Presented by Arthur Brock, Grant Gallo, Guo Liu, and Liz Steininger
The panel will explore the practical meaning of privacy by design and privacy by default, along with how to empower users to understand the implications of their choices. Although I didn't have time to recruit panelists before this submission, they should be people who have worked on privacy enhancing technologies and have experience interacting with users of such tools.
Some potential questions for the panelists: How much is enough privacy in a design? How do we make more privacy the default (when the current defaults are so little)? How much should users be made aware about the defaults and be given choices? How does individual choice factor into the privacy needs of society and the common good? How do we decentralize privacy?
Liz Steininger is an experienced entrepreneur with over 6 years as the CEO/Managing Director of Least Authority, where she has grown the company to be a leading Security Auditing firm and builder of privacy enhancing technology products, including PrivateStorage, in the Web3 space. Prior, Liz managed financing for Internet freedom projects at the Open Technology Fund. She has over 22 years of experience in the tech industry working as a Project Manager, Program Manager and Analyst on numerous open source projects in both private companies and public organizations. She holds an M.S. in Management & Technology from Carlow University and B.S. in Digital Media from Drexel University in the United States of America.
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Arthur Brock designs targeted currencies which shape flows of information, participation and resources, and builds the peer-to-peer technology infrastructure to ensure they remain unenclosable (immune to centralized control or corruption). He has founded many mind-bending projects such as Holochain, Ceptr, and Agile Learning Centers.
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Grant has been hacking on computers since he can remember. His current fields of interest include distributed networking, Android programming, firmware engineering, and comic book drawing. As the creator of [Old Art City], he is bringing into fruition art that is critical of the myths and assumptions surrounding modern technology. Skilled in a plethora of programming languages (as well as a smattering of human languages), Grant joined eQualitie in 2022 to develop and maintain the CENO Browser.