Robin Berjon is an expert in Web technology with over two decades’ worth of experience in both Web development and driving standardisation efforts, notably within W3C. He was previously in charge of data governance at The New York Times where he worked on advancing privacy and imagining a capture-resistant future of the Web. He currently works for Protocol Labs on next-generation Web architecture, seeking new approaches to digital systems that increase user agency and develop the missing layers enabling a people-centric governance of the Internet. He has notably been bridging novel protocols, notably IPFS and related self-certifying systems, to more traditional Web contexts.
He lives in Princeton, NJ, USA with his spouse, two children, and a pair fluffy kittens. He has a fondness for ranting and rambling, especially in writing, but generally starts to feel self-conscious after writing a few sentences about himself in the third person.
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