Nick's primary role within Loopt is developing secure, safe, and reliable software and platforms. His concern for user safety motivate security and safety features that ensure Loopt remains as safe as possible. A strong advocate for user privacy, Nick ensures that user data is purged as soon as it is no longer needed and that it is protected from prying eyes, including those of Loopt's employees.
Before Loopt, he has worked on network, firewall, and server management at various companies. He's also done machine learning research in the Stanford University AI Lab.
Nick is currently on leave from Stanford University, where he studied computer science, focusing on computer and network security and machine learning.
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