Omer Tene

  • Stanford Center for Internet and Society

Vice President of Research and Chief Knowledge Officer

International Association of Privacy Professionals

The Haim Striks School of Law, The College of Management Academic Studies


(603) 427-9211

omer@omertene.com


Website: Omer Tene's Website

Twitter: @omertene


Issues: Privacy and Security


About Omer Tene

Omer Tene is Vice President and Chief Knowledge Officer at the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). He is also an Affiliate Scholar at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society, Associate Professor with the Haim Striks School of Law at the College of Management Academic Studies in Israel, and Senior Fellow at the Future of Privacy Forum. In his role at the IAPP, Mr. Tene leads the creation and distribution of content, research, programming and knowledge for the privacy community.

 

As a world-renowned privacy scholar, Mr. Tene has advised governments, international organizations, and private-sector businesses on various aspects of U.S., European, and Israeli privacy, data protection, and cybersecurity law. His many publications have appeared in such journals as the Yale Journal of Law & Technology, Stanford Law Review Online, Ohio State Law Journal, Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology, IEEE Security & Privacy, and International Data Privacy Law. He is co-editor with Jules Polonetsky and Evan Selinger of The Cambridge Handbook of Consumer Privacy.


Degree(s):
M.B.A., INSEAD, 2001
J.S.D., New York University School of Law, 2001
LL.M., New York University School of Law, 1997
LL.M., Tel Aviv University, 1996
LL.B., Tel Aviv University, 1994