Class of 2023
Conor Kane uses his background in digital advertising to inform his study of privacy and technology law. Before law school, he spent six years working in data-driven advertising, focusing on large consumer data collection and analytics platforms. He has written about the relationship between digital advertising and privacy in his paper Party First, Ask Questions Second: Interrogating the Privacy Implications of First-Party Data Collection, which will be published in the Georgetown Law Technology Review and the Nebraska Law Review in 2023. He is currently researching the specific privacy concerns that queer people face online and policy solutions that protect their privacy. While at Georgetown, Conor has worked as a Technology Law Fellow, research assistant for Professor Julie Cohen, and tutor in admin law, contracts, and torts. Conor interned with the FCC’s Wireless Telecommunications Bureau and will work in privacy compliance post-graduation. Conor graduated from Brown University in 2014 with a degree in English.