Lori Andrews Advocates An Internet Constitution To Protect Individual Rights On The Internet

Lori Andrews, author of I KNOW WHO YOU ARE, I KNOW WHAT YOU DID

Lori Andrews is a law professor, a public interest lawyer and mystery novelist.

She is the author of I Know Who You Are, I Saw What You Did: Social Networks And The Death of Privacy.

She’s taught at Princeton, written for a television legal drama, and advised governments around the world about emerging technologies.

Now she’s focusing on how social networks are changing our lives, for good and for ill.

Lori started her consumer activism when she was seven and her Ken doll went bald. Her letter to Mattel got action. She’s been fighting for people’s rights ever since.

A professor of law at Chicago-Kent College of Law, Lori frequently appears on television, including on Oprah, 60 Minutes, Good Morning America, and Nightline.

The American Bar Association Journal calls her “a lawyer with a literary bent who has the scientific chops to rival any CSI investigator.”

She received her B.A. summa cum laude from Yale College and her J.D. from Yale Law School. Lori is a Fellow of the Hastings Center.

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