Ira Rubinstein, a senior fellow at the Information Law Institute (ILI), has been selected by the Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT), a non-profit public interest organization which aims to keep the Internet “open, innovative, and free,” as one of three new board members. Rubinstein began his three-term on January 1.
Rubinstein joined the ILI in 2008, where his research interests include Internet profiling, electronic surveillance law, online identity, Internet security and software liability. Previously, he worked in Microsoft's Legal and Corporate Affairs department, most recently as associate general counsel in charge of the Regulatory Affairs and Public Policy group.
Posted January 13, 2010