Susan E. Hendrickson is Executive Director of the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard and a Lecturer at Harvard Law School. Her work focuses on emerging and disruptive technology and its implications for democracy, human rights and the public interest. Her experience tackling complex legal, commercial, and public policy issues in emerging tech spans three decades and encompasses a wide array of technologies, including social media, AI, communications and networking technologies, autonomous systems, biotech, fintech, digital education, semiconductors, Web 3.0, and AR/VR/XR technologies. Sue serves on the board of Human Rights First and as an advisor to its Innovation Lab. Prior to Berkman Klein, Sue was a partner at Arnold & Porter, where she co-headed the Technology and Life Sciences Transactions practices. She is a graduate of Harvard College, Harvard Law School and Harvard Kennedy School, and was an editor on the Harvard Law Review.
Contributions by Susan Hendrickson
Meta Mayhem: Navigating Privacy Challenges in Digital Assets/Cryptocurrency
Speaker at IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2023