Tiffany C. Li is an attorney and Resident Fellow at Yale Law School’s Information Society Project. She is an expert on privacy, intellectual property, and law and policy at the forefront of new technological innovations.
Li leads the Wikimedia/Yale Law School Initiative on Intermediaries and Information, where she researches cutting-edge legal issues involving online speech, access to information, and Internet freedom. Li is also an Affiliate Scholar at Princeton’s Center for Information Technology Policy.
She frequently writes and speaks on artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and other new and exciting legal issues of the future. Her recent publications include a cultural exploration of Chinese privacy law and an analysis of the E.U. “Right to be Forgotten” as applied to artificial intelligence and machine learning.
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), and a Fellow and Founding Member of the Internet Law and Policy Foundry.
Previously, Li was in-house counsel for General Assembly, a global technology education company. Li is a licensed attorney in California, New York (pending), and New Jersey (pending). She holds CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPT, and CIPM certifications from the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). She is also a Women Leading Privacy Advisory Board Member for the IAPP.
She holds a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center, where she was a Global Law Scholar, and a B.A. in English from University of California Los Angeles, where she was a Norma J. Ehrlich Alumni Scholar.