Many in higher education believe that students who have grown up using digital technologies (“digital natives”) have little concern for the privacy of their data. Research proves otherwise.
Jasmine Park is a Policy Fellow for Youth and Education Privacy at the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF). She drives FPF’s global youth privacy portfolio. Jasmine is particularly interested in issues of digital equity and mitigating the potential disparate impact of new technologies and policies on vulnerable populations. She is also passionate about ensuring youth voices are represented in informing the decisions that govern their use of technology. Jasmine received her B.A. in History and East Asian Studies from Harvard and her M.A. in Global Affairs from Yale, where she focused on digital anthropology and data governance. She was recently elected to serve as a Governing Board Member for Torrance Unified School District in California.