Joseph Jerome is a policy counsel at Future of Privacy Forum. At FPF, Joseph’s issue portfolio focuses on big data and the Internet of Things, where he works on de-identification standards and educational privacy questions. He is interested in questions around transparency and accountability mechanisms in data use. Prior to joining FPF, Joseph served as a national law fellow at the American Constitution Society, where he edited legal scholarship and organized programming addressing civil liberties and national security questions. He is a graduate of New York University School of Law, where he was an International Law and Human Rights Student Fellow in 2010.