The Future of Privacy Forum (FPF), located in Washington, DC, is seeking a talented law graduate for a one-year position working as a Legal & Policy Fellow in the emerging area of privacy and data protection. Fellows are involved with leading-edge work at the center of the privacy debates, and will work on issues ranging from ethics in Big Data and the Internet of Things, student privacy, wearable technologies, drones, and geolocation data. The Fellow’s work will include drafting reports and briefs on emerging issues related to privacy and technology, managing and leading working groups on FPF issue priorities, and providing thoughtful commentary through blog posts, media interviews, and public panel presentations.
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