Ari Waldman is the Founder and Director of the Tyler Clementi Institute for Internet Safety. He is Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Innovation Center for Law and Technology at New York Law School. His research and writing focus on privacy, hate and harassment on the Internet, and online social networks. A graduate of Harvard College, Harvard Law School, and Columbia University, where he earned his Ph.D. in sociology, Professor Waldman has published scholarly articles in leading law reviews, including the Maryland Law Review, the University of Miami Law Review, the Hastings Law Journal, the Temple Law Review, and the Missouri Law Review, among others. Among several ongoing projects, Professor Waldman is turning his doctoral dissertation on sharing personal information online into a book, researching a project on how privacy invasions result in more significant harms for marginalized populations like LGBTQ youth, investigating how internet intermediaries frame privacy policies to inspire or manipulate user trust, and co-authoring (with a former student) a working paper on a legal standard for unmasking anonymous online harassers. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Tyler Clementi Foundation and the Leadership Committee of Out Leadership.
Carrie Goldberg is the founding attorney at C. A. Goldberg, PLLC. The Brooklyn-based law firm focuses on Internet privacy and sexual consent litigation. She is a Board Member at the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative through which she contributed to the creation of numerous revenge porn state laws, the Intimate Privacy Protection Act, and the implementation of policies at major tech companies. Prior to starting the firm she was the Associate Director of Legal Services at the Vera Institute of Justice Guardianship Project. Before becoming a lawyer and while attending law school at night, she was a case worker for Holocaust Survivors in Northern Manhattan, providing direct services and applying for restitution and reparations.
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Elisa D’Amico is a partner in the Miami office of the law firm, K&L Gates. Her practice involves counseling clients on both contentious and non-contentious matters, including internet affiliate marketing, technology law, online consumer deception and fraud, unfair deceptive acts and practices, creditors’ rights and bankruptcy related matters, and electronic discovery issues. Ms. D’Amico is also the co-founder of the Cyber Civil Rights Legal Project (CCRLP), a global K&L Gates pro bono project that provides legal services to victims of nonconsensual pornography (“revenge porn”). The CCRLP highlights and utilizes the firm’s elite cyber security and cyber forensics practices, allowing volunteers to deliver quality pro bono services to victims across the globe.
Danielle Citron is the Lois K. Macht Research Professor & Professor of Law at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. Her work focuses on information privacy, cyber law, automated systems, and civil rights. Professor Citron is the author of Hate Crimes in Cyberspacepublished by Harvard University Press in 2014. Cosmopolitan and Harper’s Bazaar nominated her book as one of the top 20 “Best Moments for Women” in 2014. She frequently writes for the Atlantic, New York Times,Time, CNN, the Guardian, the New Scientist, and Slate. She is a regular contributor at Forbes.com and Concurring Opinions. Professor Citron is an Affiliate Fellow at the Yale Information Society Project and an Affiliate Scholar at the Stanford Center on Internet and Society. She serves as an advisor to California Attorney General Kamala Harris’s Task Force Against Cyber Exploitation and the American Law Institute’s Restatement Third, Information Privacy Principles Project. She is on the advisory boards of theCyber Civil Rights Initiative, Electronic Privacy Information Center, Future of Privacy, Harvard Berkman Center’s Initiative on Youth-Oriented Hate Speech, Without My Consent, and Teach Privacy.