Adam Bargroff, PhD, is a Privacy and Public Policy Manager at Facebook. He previously worked at the European Commission on innovation aspects of the digital agenda, and also built education partnerships for digital and critical thinking skills on the island of Ireland. At Facebook, Adam works to advance the ways in which digital policy and services are designed, particularly at TTC Labs to improve people’s experience of trust, transparency and control.
The privacy regulators have a message for brands – unless you can prove otherwise, you must assume that children – people under the age of 18 years old – are using your digital products and services. When it comes to lawfully processing the personal data of children regulators are reminding brands that there has always been a high bar for compliance. They want to see brands utilising new skills and capabilities - insight and design - to create an “age appropriate” privacy experience transformed by visibly different approaches to child friendly privacy communications and settings. This panel explores how to put insight and design front and centre to make sure you are creating the best age appropriate experience you can.