Here are the slides for my presentation, Building and Breaking Privacy Barriers, at this year’s RSA Asia Pacific and Japan conference in Singapore.
The slides convey more theory than practical examples, but the ideas should come across without too much confusion. I expect to revisit the idea of a Rot network (a play on Tor) and toy with an implementation. Instead of blocking tracking bugs, the concept is to reduce their utility by sharing them across unrelated browsers — essentially polluting the data.
In any case, with this presentation over and out of the way, it’s time to start working on more articles!