Rachel Tannenbaum

Software Engineer at The Data Liberation Front @ Google

Rachel is a senior software engineer on Google’s Data Liberation Front, whose main product, Takeout, makes it easy for Google users to ‘liberate’ their data and take it wherever they want. Lately, Rachel has been working to extend this mission to the entire web with the Data Transfer Project – an open source framework to facilitate service-to-service data transfer.

My Sessions

Technical aspects of Data Portability


This session will focus on the technical aspects of data portability. We will present possible ways of implementing data portability as well as demonstrate existing use cases for transferring data from one provider to another. Finally, we will present a common framework for enabling portability of personal data and turning it into an opportunity for […]

Data Portability