The Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School is a leader in the study of the law and policy around the Internet and other emerging technologies.
Ryan is a Non-Resident Fellow with the Center for Internet and Society. He is a lawyer with Microsoft, where he has practiced since 2007 and served as the lead privacy attorney for a number of Microsoft products and services, including Skype, Outlook.com, and Office. He has expertise in a range of privacy issues relating to product and service development, wiretap laws, online advertising, children, marketing and data breach notification. Read more about Ryan Harkins
Professor Hartzog is a Professor of Law and Computer Science at Northeastern University, where he teaches privacy and data protection law, policy, and ethics. He holds a joint appointment with the School of Law and the College of Computer and Information Science. His recent work focuses on the complex problems that arise when personal information is collected by powerful new technologies, stored, and disclosed online. Read more about Woodrow Hartzog
Professor Joh teaches in criminal law and procedure, constitutional law, and policing at the U.C. Davis School of Law. Her research focuses on the regulation of the police, with special emphases on undercover operations, DNA evidence collection, and new surveillance technologies. Read more about Elizabeth Joh