Tal Zarsky is the vice dean and professor of law at the University of Haifa’s Faculty of Law. His research focuses on information privacy, cyber-security, internet policy, social networks, telecommunications law, online commerce, reputation, and trust. He has published numerous articles and book chapters in the US, Europe, and Israel. His work is often cited in a variety of contexts related to law in the digital age. Among others, he participated in the Data Mining without Discrimination project, funded by the Dutch Research Council (NWO) as well as other national and international research projects. He has advised various Israeli regulators, legislators, and commercial entities on related matters. He has served on a variety of advisory boards and is a frequent evaluator of articles and research grants for various international foundations. Professor Zarsky was a fellow at the Information Society Project, at Yale Law School and a Global Hauser Fellow, at NYU Law School. He completed his doctorate dissertation, which focused on data mining in the Internet Society, at Columbia Law School. He earned a joint BA degree (law and psychology) at the Hebrew University with high honors and his masters degree (in law) from Columbia University.