Aram Zucker-Scharff is the Engineering Lead for Privacy & Security Compliance at The Washington Post. He previously worked on the Zeus team, helping publishers to maximize site performance and revenue. He currently co-chairs the W3C’s Private Ad Technology Community Group. He has also worked on The Washington Post’s Ad Tech R&D and Big Data teams. Aram has developed open-source tools for publishers and consulted on content strategy and digital newsroom workflows. Previously: Aram was Salon.com’s full stack developer and a strategist for CFO Magazine. He has worked as a journalist, a community manager and a journalism educator. He has appeared in WIRED, The Atlantic, AdExchanger, Digiday, Poynter, Nieman Lab, journalism.co.uk and Columbia Journalism Review.
Contributions by Aram Zucker-Scharff
Global Privacy Controls - Responding to Universal Opt-out Signals
Speaker at IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2023