In a paper we are making public today, we go beyond private right of action and preemption to consider enforcement frameworks outside the privacy field.
Alfred Engelberg Professor of Law Katherine J. Strandburg directs NYU’s Information Law Institute and interdisciplinary Privacy Research Group and is a faculty director of the Engelberg Center on Innovation Law and Policy. She researches and teaches in the areas of information privacy, automated decisionmaking, patents and innovation policy. Before obtaining her JD (Univ. of Chicago, 1995), she was a computational physicist at Argonne National Laboratory’s Materials Science Division (PhD, Cornell, Postdoc, Carnegie Mellon).
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