Daniel Berrick is a Policy Counsel at the Future of Privacy Forum. His work involves analyzing complex consumer and commercial privacy law and policy issues, including sector- and technology-specific areas such as immersive technologies, open banking, and biometrics. In this role, Daniel collaborates with industry, peers and the wider privacy community to identify and develop best practices for data privacy. He received his JD from Duke University School of Law (cum laude), and his BA (magna cum laude) from Hamilton College. Daniel obtained a CIPP/US certification in recognition of his knowledge of U.S. privacy law.
Author – Selected Work:
- Understanding Extended Reality Technology & Data Flows (infographic, co-authored with Jameson Spivack)
- Understanding Extended Reality Technology & Data Flows: XR Functions (blog post, co-authored with Jameson Spivack)
- Understanding Extended Reality Technology & Data Flows: Privacy and Data Protection Risks and Mitigation Strategies (blog post, co-authored with Jameson Spivack)
- Developments in Open Banking, Key Issues from a Global Perspective (report, co-authored with Hunter Dorwart, Lee Matheson, and Dale Rappaneau)