RedMorph Inc. an Internet privacy and security company was a proud sponsor of the Data Transparency Lab (DTL) Hackathon November, 19, 2016 on the campus of Columbia University.
RedMorph CMO David Palmer opened the Hackathon with a discussion on the importance of privacy, underscoring its role in a free society and its relationship to innovation. Palmer also spoke of the RedMorph mission to give people tools that allowed them to personalize their online privacy and enhance their browsing experience. www.redmorph.com
Patrick Hisshion, head of user experience with RedMorph, gave a demo of the RedMorph SpyderWeb, a dynamic transparency tool that enables the user to see active trackers on any visited site or application. The SpyderWeb is provided free to users at https://www.redmorph.com/downloads.html
Abhay Edlabadkar, CEO and founder of RedMorph, served as an advisor to the hack teams and as a judge presented awards to the winning teams.
In addition, RedMorph VP of Infrastructure, Joe Perks, participated in the Data Transparency Lab conference, serving on a panel discussing the economics of transparency. Mr. Perks discussed how personalized privacy tools can influence how users interact with brands, providing brands an opportunity for greater loyalty and greater lifetime value for those users exercising discretion over their privacy.
Our goal is to protect something very precious to you – your on-line privacy. We believe you should have the same right to privacy on-line as you do in your physical life.
We have created the RedMorph Browser Controller and Device Controller (https://www.redmorph.com/downloads.html) to personalize privacy and give an entirely new browsing experience – providing not only an active visualization of who is tracking you, but also faster website and application downloads, less data usage, lower costs and an extended battery life for your mobile devices.