Tiffany Li

Tiffany Li

Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor

JD, Georgetown University Law Center
BA, University of California Los Angeles

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Tiffany C. Li is a technology attorney and legal scholar. She is an expert on privacy, artificial intelligence, and technology platform governance. Li’s writing has appeared in popular publications including the Washington Post, the Atlantic, NBC News, and Slate. She is regularly featured as an expert commentator in national and global news outlets across television, radio, podcasts, and print, and digital publications.

Li has been honored as a transatlantic digital debates fellow (Global Public Policy Institute/ New America Foundation), a fellow of information privacy (International Association of Privacy Professionals), an internet law and policy foundry fellow (Internet Education Foundation), and an intellectual property law fellow (American Bar Association). Li is also an affiliate fellow at Yale Law School’s Information Society Project and has held past affiliations with Princeton’s Center for Information Technology Policy and UC Berkeley’s Center for Technology, Society and Policy.

Li is a licensed attorney and holds CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPT, and CIPM certifications from the International Association of Privacy Professionals. Her professional legal experience includes roles at the Wikimedia Foundation and General Assembly. She has a JD from Georgetown University Law Center, where she was a global law scholar, and a BA in English from University of California, Los Angeles.

Publications
  1. Tiffany Li, "Privacy in Pandemic: Law, Technology, and Public Health in the COVID-19 Crisis," 52 Loyola University Chicago Law Journal (forthcoming).
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  2. Tiffany Li, Jill Bronfman & Zhou Zhou, "Saving Face: Unfolding the Screen of Chinese Privacy Law," Journal of Law and Information Science (forthcoming).
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  3. Tiffany Li, "A ;-) at the Past and Future of English," 21 The Green Bag 2d 335 (2018).
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  4. Tiffany Li, Beyond Intermediary Liability: The Future of Information Platforms - Workshop Report, Yale Law School Information Society Project, (2018).
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  5. Tiffany Li, Eduard Fosch Villaronga & Peter Kieseberg, "Humans Forget, Machines Remember: Artificial Intelligence and the Right to Be Forgotten," 34 Computer Law & Security Review 304 (2018).
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  6. Tiffany Li, Intermediaries and Private Speech Regulation: A Transatlantic Dialogue - Workshop Report, Yale Law School Information Society Project, (2018).
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