Rework

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Show Notes

Imagine a corporate privacy policy on a website that was actually comprehensible and written by and for human beings. We talk to companies who have done just this, and what it means to build a business that has respect for privacy baked in from the outset. We also talk to a researcher who's witnessed the difficulty of navigating online privacy settings.

Show Notes

Mark Asquith's website | Twitter | Instagram - 00:21

Captivate.fm, part of Rebel Base Media - 00:28

Captivate’s privacy policy - 1:25

Hana Habib's website - 2:57

GDPR3:16

CCPA - 3:18

The study on privacy usability that Hana and her team published (PDF) - 3:46

Kaitlin Maud on Twitter | Instagram - 6:13

Rain or Shine Recruiting - 6:14

Rain or Shine Recruiting’s privacy policy - 11:50

Ryan Jones on Twitter - 13:16

Flighty - 13:18

Flighty’s privacy policy - 17:15

“A Hosty Retreat,” our episode about switching podcast hosts over privacy concerns -23:00

"Overcast's latest beta update tells listeners which podcasts are tracking them" (The Verge) - 23:06

Full Transparency Mode - 23:23

Transistor - 29:50

What is Rework?

A podcast by 37signals about the better way to work and run your business. In Season 2, we're going through Rework (the book) chapter by chapter and talking with authors, Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson, about what's changed in the world of business over the last eleven years since the book was published.