Privacy-centric Data Personalization by Mozilla

Monday, August 4, 2014 - 7:00pm
115 E 23rd Street (Floor 3)
New York, NY 10010
United States



Mozilla is hosting a panel discussion on how to perform User Personalization while maintaining a user's privacy; covering the technical, ethical and philosophical aspects of the topic.

Speakers:

• Wendy Davis, Writer at MediaPost specializing in Privacy & Behavioral Advertising 
• Chris Maliwat, former director of PM for Personalization at Netflix, former Senior Manager of Tailored Shopping Experiences at eBay, currently head of PM at SkillShare. 
• David Sontag, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at NYU
• Slobodan Vucetic, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Temple U. 

Questions: 

• How can we (mathematically/philosophically) represent user’s intent/interest?
• What information should companies be privy to? Where do we draw the line? What is acceptable personalization? 
• How high level or granular should the information be?
• What industry trends do you foresee?

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