Recode Staff – Recode’s Ezra Klein is in Washington this week for a tech summit, but there’s no shortage of tech experts on hand to talk about privacy and security issues.
The conference, “Building a Better Privacy & Security Culture,” features top experts in the fields of technology and data security to help create a better privacy & security culture.
As you may have guessed, this is a really good time to talk to experts in these areas about the future of the internet.
Recode has chosen a few of our favorites to share with you, in hopes that you’ll have a better understanding of what they’re talking about.
This week, Ezra Klein and Kevin Systrom of Cloudflare, a privacy & safety startup that helps companies keep tabs on data privacy violations, will be speaking at the conference.
In the video above, they share how the company uses a tool called Cloudflares Private Internet Access to monitor a company’s data usage.
This tool, which can scan your computer and then identify any suspicious activity, has been used by other companies to track the movements of their users.
The tool is now available on Github, and it’s a good place to learn about it.
“One of the things we learned from this is that companies can use Cloudflaring to track you, as well,” Klein said in the video.
“When they get a lot of data on you, it’s not as good as it would be if they had been using a separate tool to analyze the data.”
This tool helps companies track what data they’ve collected, and also allows them to analyze that data to make better decisions about how to use it.
Cloudflashes Private Internet access allows companies to share what data it’s collected with third parties, including third-party service providers, and then to analyze how that data is being used.
“It’s really easy to use, because you don’t have to do anything,” Klein says.
“It’s all in one click.
The only thing you have to enter is a name of a third-parties service, and they send that to Cloudflaves server.”
If you use CloudFlares Private internet access, the tool will tell you the name of the service provider that has requested your data.
If you choose not to provide that name, Cloudflames will not be able to use your data to gather any information.
In addition to the tools you can use to track what your data is used for, CloudFlashes can also send you alerts when it detects suspicious activity.
If CloudFlaces sees any activity that’s suspicious, Cloud Flares will notify the service and the service will send you a notification with a link to a screen where you can see what the issue is.
It’s not uncommon for services to send out alerts when they detect suspicious activity in your account.
For example, if a service starts sending alerts when a user logs on and uses their email address to log on to a website, this could indicate that someone is trying to gain access to the account.
Cloudflares privacy & protection policy, which you can read at the company’s Github page, outlines the company and its practices for data privacy and safety.
It states that “Cloudflames’ goal is to help companies that need to track their users better and protect their data, and we understand the importance of protecting data and ensuring users have confidence in our products and services.”
The company is not alone in offering tools that track what people are doing on its servers.
In fact, many major tech companies are using Cloudflights privacy &protection policy to track people, too.
CloudFlights uses this policy to monitor the activity of its customers and the activity that their devices are sending to CloudFlaves servers.
Companies can also use Cloud Flashes privacy &security policy to determine which websites and applications they’re targeting with their tracking tools.
The company does this in order to provide an overall picture of users, but also to understand what’s happening on the network.
If a company can determine how a particular site or application is being accessed, it can decide to disable access to that site or app.
However, Klein says that, even if companies use Cloud’s tools to monitor what users are doing, Cloud does not use the data to collect or sell personal information.
“If you’re doing it to collect your data, you’re not actually giving that data away,” Klein told Recode.
“So, no, we don’t sell or sell your data.”