‘privacy’ Videos

  • Donata Kalnenaite Skillrud: The three things all web professionals must know about privacy

    WordCamp Jackson 2019Speaker: Donata Kalnenaite Skillrud

    December 27, 2019 — No one got into web design to be a privacy expert. But times have changed and privacy is more relevant than ever. What you’ll learn:

    1. Why privacy is important;
    2. What websites need to have a Privacy Policy;
    3. Why you should be the one talking to your clients about it.

  • Peter Putzer: Privacy Considerations for WordPress Sites

    WordCamp Vienna 2019Speaker: Peter Putzer

    November 18, 2019 — Privacy aspects to consider when setting up a WordPress site. A practical guide.

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  • Brian DeConinck: Introduction to WordPress Privacy

    WordCamp Raleigh 2019Speaker: Brian DeConinck

    May 23, 2019 — When your website collects personal information, it’s essential that you be a good steward of your users’ data. How you manage that data is under increasing scrutiny. With GDPR in Europe, CCPA in California, and anticipated privacy legislation at the federal level, it’s time to start working on that privacy statement you’ve been putting off.

    In this session, we will focus on how to make the plugins you build work with the privacy features added to WordPress core in 2018. Along the way, we will examine key concepts from the “Privacy by Design” framework and discuss easy best practices to keep in mind as you write your code.

    The session will have a technical focus rather than a legal focus. It will feature practical examples in which we will build a plugin that supports personal data export and erasure. Code examples will be simple, but will assume some baseline knowledge of PHP.

  • Kevin Koehler and Leo Postovoit: What’s Privacy Got To Do With IT?

    WordCamp US 2018Speakers: Kevin Koehler, Leo Postovoit

    December 29, 2018 — GDPR, CCPA, Data Breach requirements, DPIA’s… Yeah, it’s a LOT! Worse, there’s a lot of confusing and conflicting information out there regarding what’s changing in the world of privacy laws and requirements. We’re here to clear that up.

    A strong privacy framework can strengthen your client relationships while reducing legal liability, arming you to ship better websites and products with ethics and privacy in mind, from day one. When making decisions, it’s important to understand their impacts: The right decisions (with user privacy in mind) to not only reduce your exposure, but also make your website better. It’s not the responsibility of “someone else” to get privacy right, it’s the responsibility of the whole team who builds and maintains your website.

    Starting with an overview of laws that are relevant to you and your U.S. business, (what you NEED to know), best practices (what you need to DO), as well as resources for maintaining compliance (where you can turn when you need answers) you’ll see how privacy impacts business and technical requirements of every WordPress site on the internet.

  • Ronnie Burt: Time For A Privacy and Security Checkup

    WordCamp Boston 2018Speaker: Ronnie Burt

    December 13, 2018 — The alphabet soup of relevant data privacy and security acronyms out there can be overwhelming: GDPR, PII, ISO, SOC, FERPA, and more. We’ll discuss the frameworks and laws most relevant to WordPress site owners, best practices, open-source resources, what to look for from your hosts and plugin/theme providers, and share a checklist to summarize it all to help ensure that you are on the right track.

  • Mylène Boyrie: Privacy by design et WordPress – retour d’expérience

    WordCamp Nice 2018Speaker: Mylène Boyrie

    December 7, 2018 — Il y a quelques mois, je me suis attelée à la refonte du site Web d’une association locale. Notre objectif ? Créer un site vitrine protégeant la vie privée de son audience et de ses éditrices et éditeurs, et les informant sur le sujet. J’ai saisi cette opportunité pour me pencher sur la notion de privacy by design, à savoir la prise en compte et le respect de la vie privée de l’internaute dès la conception d’un projet Web. Bien que le RGPD soit passé par là, on le sait, la période est encore peu propice au respect de la vie privée des internautes. Nous verrons comment concevoir un site recueillant le moins de données possibles et les freins à cette démarche, même lors de la conception d’un simple site « vitrine ».

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  • Alessandro Basile: Privacy e WordPress: a cosa stare attenti?

    WordCamp Torino 2018Speaker: Alessandro Basile

    May 5, 2018 — Una visione pratica a quelli che sono gli aspetti rilevanti in tematica privacy quando si vuole sviluppare un sito o una piattaforma basati su WordPress, quali banner per informativa privacy e cookie, trattamento dei dati dei plugin implementabili tramite WordPress e la profilazione degli utenti.

  • Torsten Landsiedel: Die schmutzige Seite von WordPress

    WordCamp Cologne 2017Speaker: Torsten Landsiedel

    December 2, 2017 — Datenschutz, Privatsphäre, Sicherheitsmythen und UX-Absurditäten in WordPress und um WordPress herum.

  • Valentino Spataro: Riforma della privacy e consigli operativi per sviluppare siti

    WordCamp Milano 2016Speaker: Valentino Spataro

    November 21, 2016 — Nel 2018 la privacy verrà sostituita dal nuovo regolamento europeo.

    Come sviluppare oggi siti che domani non siano da rifare ?

    Cosa devono fare i clienti e cosa gli installatori di siti WordPress ?

    L’incontro avrà carattere divulgativo: senza paroloni, solo tecniche pratiche e di autodifesa dai clienti che diranno: “tu lo dovevi sapere”, lasciando spazio alle domande.

  • Anders Jensen-Urstad and Amelia Andersdotter: Privacy and the Web – are you doing what it takes?

    WordCamp Europe 2016Speakers: Anders Jensen-Urstad, Amelia Andersdotter

    July 3, 2016 — We are building free software tools that both the public and developers can use to check how a website is doing with regards to privacy and see what measures can be taken (and how). We’ll present this work and also talk about how developers are affected by the new EU data protection laws and the death of Safe Harbor.

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