Ariel Fox Johnson, CIPP/US


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Privacy Counsel

Ariel Fox Johnson is senior counsel for global policy at Common Sense, where she advocates for smart practices, policies, and rules to help all kids thrive in today's wired world. Her work focuses on enhancing children and students' privacy rights and overall digital wellbeing. She frequently advises policymakers, industry, and tech experts on ways to improve the online landscape for kids, and has helped develop laws on student and consumer privacy and technology (including enhanced minor protections in CCPA). She has testified before Congress and state legislators and briefed U.S. and international regulators on designing media and technology products with children in mind, and her work has been quoted in numerous media outlets including print, radio, and television. Ariel is a graduate of Harvard College and Law School. She was a law clerk for the Hon. Peter J. Messitte (D. Md.). Prior to joining Common Sense, Ariel worked on privacy, media, intellectual property, and technology matters at corporate law firms and provided pro bono assistance to nonprofits and asylum seekers.  


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