David provides legal advisory services on a range of technology and law related issues both internally to the World Bank and externally to its member states. His work spans more than 85 countries and focuses on transactional and regulatory matters related to communications infrastructure, services and applications, cyber-security and cybercrime, electronic commerce and on-line authentication, digital identification, software licensing, data protection and access to information.
David has a BA and an MA from Johns Hopkins University, a JD from the University of Wisconsin, and has also studied at the London School of Economics and the Hague Academy of International Law.
Contributions by David Satola
Digital Identification, Privacy and Economic Development
Speaker at Global Privacy Summit 2019