Asking for Permission: respectful, opinionated UI (Chrome Dev Summit 2015)





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Published on Nov 17, 2015

Access to new device capabilities such as background sync and bluetooth allow developers to deliver more meaningful experiences to the web than ever before, but also leave users open to a brand new set of privacy and security risks. We’ll be discussing how developers can best take advantage of the Chrome permissions model to build experiences that keep users coming back.

Elisabeth Morant is a Product Manager at Google where she works on Chrome security. Prior to Chrome she worked at YouTube, focusing on globalization and accessibility. She graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a BS in Computer Science and Engineering.

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