Georgetown University Law Center has established a Center of Privacy and Technology, aiming to “bring Georgetown Law’s legal expertise to bear on privacy debates in federal and state legislatures, regulatory agencies and the academy” and to train students to be leaders in privacy practice, policymaking and advocacy. “We are in the midst of a debate about privacy that has the most profound importance, and the ways in which it is resolved will shape the most central aspects of our lives,” said Law Center Dean William Treanor. The center’s first executive director will be Alvaro Bedoya, chief counsel to the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Privacy, and its faculty directors will include Profs. Julie Cohen, David Vladeck, Lara Donohue and Angela Campbell.
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