Marc Rotenberg

Electronic Privacy Information Center

Guest

Director of Electronic Privacy Information Center, a privacy advocacy organization based in Washington, DC, and and Adjunct Professor in Information Privacy Law at Georgetown University; member of the at-large advisory committee of ICANN, the international organization responsible for many basic operations of the internet and co-author Privacy, Information and Technology and Information Privacy Law

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