Joseph Jerome serves as Policy Counsel at the Future of Privacy Forum. At FPF, Joseph’s issue portfolio focuses on Big Data and the Internet of Things, where he works educational privacy questions, smart technologies, drones and ethical uses of information. He organizes the Consumer-Business Dialogue, which brings industry and consumer advocates together to discuss new privacy issues. He is a CIPP/US and has been published in the Stanford Law Review, Indiana Law Review, and the American Intellectual Properly Law Association Quarterly Journal. Prior to working at FPF, Joseph served as a national law fellow at the American Constitution Society, where he organized events discussing human rights in the United States and a ten-year retrospective on the Department of Homeland Security. He is a graduate of New York University School of Law, where he was an International Law and Human Rights Student Fellow in 2010.