We develop privacy-preserving tools and research at
MIT that will help shape the future of data governance.
We develop privacy-preserving tools and research at MIT that will help shape the future of data governance.

Daniel Weitzner’s research pioneered the design of accountable systems as a new approach to privacy and investigates interaction between cryptographic technology and surveillance law. Weitzner was United States Deputy Chief Technology Officer for Internet Policy in the White House where he led initiatives on privacy, cybersecurity, copyright, and digital trade policies, and was responsible for the Obama Administration’s Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights and the OECD Internet Policymaking Principles.