Evan Selinger

I’m a Professor of Philosophy at Rochester Institute of Technology. I’m also the Head of Research Communications, Community & Ethics at the Center for Media, Arts, Games, Interaction, and Creativity (MAGIC) and a Senior Fellow at The Future of Privacy Forum.

My primary research addresses ethical issues concerning technology, the law, and expertise. My latest monograph is co-authored with Brett Frischmann. It’s titled Re-Engineering Humanity and is scheduled to be published by Cambridge University Press during spring 2018. My latest anthology is The Cambridge Companion to Consumer Privacy. It’s co-edited with Jules Polonetsky and Omer Tene and scheduled to be published by Cambridge University Press during spring 2018.

Although I’m a prolific academic author, I’m also committed to public engagement. I’ve written for Wired, The Atlantic, Slate, The Wall Street Journal, The NationThe Guardian, Salon, CNN, Bloomberg Opinion, The Christian Science MonitorThe BBC, New ScientistAeon, Forbes, and Huffington Post. 

E-mail: eselinger [at] gmail.com
Twitter: @evanselinger
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