Professor Laura Moy is the Executive Director of Georgetown Law’s Center on Privacy & Technology. She has written, spoken, and advocated before federal agencies and Congress on a broad range of technology policy issues, including law enforcement surveillance, consumer privacy, security research, device portability, copyright, and net neutrality. Her current work focuses on policy issues at the intersection of privacy and criminal justice.
Before joining the Center, Professor Moy was Acting Director of the Communications & Technology Clinic at Georgetown Law’s Institute for Public Representation. Prior to that, she was senior policy counsel at New America’s Open Technology Institute. Professor Moy completed her JD at NYU School of Law and her LLM at Georgetown as part of the law school’s clinical teaching fellowship program.
"US telecoms sold precise user location data to bounty hunters & others for YEARS," coverage by RT, February 7, 2019, quoting Professor Laura Moy, Director of the Center on Privacy and Technology.
"Privacy groups urge tech firms to sign Safe Face Pledge to restrict use of facial recognition," coverage by The Seattle Times, December 12, 2018, quoting Laura Moy, executive director, Center on Privacy & Technology.
"Algorithmic Justice League launches new campaign to prevent facial recognition software industry from selling or buying tech that can be weaponized," coverage by PR Newswire, December 11, 2018, quoting Laura Moy, executive director, Center on Privacy & Technology, and citing the Center on Privacy & Technology study.
"Silicon Valley Doesn’t Want the U.S. to Get Too Hasty About Regulation," coverage by Bloomberg Businessweek, November 15, 2018, quoting Professor Laura Moy, executive director, Center on Privacy & Technology.