Jeremy Greenberg, CIPP/US
Jeremy Greenberg is the 2018-2019 Future of Privacy Forum Georgetown Policy Fellow. Prior to joining FPF, Jeremy served as a law clerk for the Office of Senator Markey where he worked on a diverse set of privacy and telecommunications issues. Before that, he completed a number of internships related to technology law and policy, including stints with the NTIA, FCC (twice), The Goodfriend Group, and New America’s Open Technology Institute. Jeremy also served as a student attorney for Georgetown’s Institute for Public Representation: Communication and Technology Law section where he focused on children’s privacy issues and the Internet of Things.
Jeremy is a 2018 graduate from Georgetown University Law Center. At Georgetown, he was a member of the Georgetown Law Technology Review where he published several articles related to privacy, cybersecurity, and telecommunications law and policy. Jeremy earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Ithaca College, where he majored in Cinema, Photography, and Media Arts, and minored in Jewish Studies.
Contributions by Jeremy Greenberg
The Ethics of Geolocation Data Collection, Use and Sharing
Speaker at Global Privacy Summit 2019