The Center on Privacy & Technology at Georgetown Law Center is a think tank focused on privacy and surveillance law and policy—and the communities they affect.
- Studies the impact of government surveillance and commercial data practices on vulnerable communities;
- Provides intellectual and legal foundations for reforms to our nation’s consumer privacy laws; and
- Offers technology-intensive courses that prepare our students to be leaders in privacy practice, policymaking and advocacy.
Founded in 2014, the Center has become “a recognized voice in Washington” (The Hill), particularly at the intersection of privacy and civil rights.