Mark Verstraete is a Privacy & Freedom of Speech Postdoctoral Research Fellow for the CDSDS and will be working primarily for faculty in the University of Arizona's James E. Rogers College of Law. His research examines how technology and law distribute power across networks (government, civil society, etc) and the implications of those distributions. He is a graduate of University of Georgia and has a J.D. from Harvard Law School where he was a teaching fellow for a class on Internet privacy and a research assistant to Prof. Brett Frischmann. Mark's work for the Center and for affiliated faculty in Law will focus on questions of data privacy and related regulations.