Emiliano Falcon

Technology and Civil Liberties Policy Counsel, ACLU of MA

Emiliano was born and raised in Argentina, where he was educated and earned a first law degree at the University of Buenos Aires and a Master in Administrative Law at Austral University. Emiliano also studied abroad at Tulane University, in New Orleans and at Sciences Po, in Paris, France. Before coming to America, where he attended the New York University School of Law and earned Master in Laws (LLM) degree, he worked as a legal coordinator in the Secretariat of Communications and served as the Secretary General of the FCC’s equivalent in Argentina.

At the ACLU of Massachusetts, Emiliano seeks to think about and address the legal and policy concerns that the Information Age entails by contributing to create and change the regulatory landscape of it. The new challenges posed by fast developing networks, digital economy, artificial intelligence, and the enormous and incredible flow of information to which we are all subjected require the unrestricted and unlimited observance of human rights and civil liberties. Emiliano’s task is to develop policy and regulatory schemes that promote equality, open internet, balanced intellectual property rights, respect for privacy, and universal access to services.

Emiliano was born and raised in Argentina, where he was educated and earned a first law degree at the University of Buenos Aires and a Master in Administrative Law at Austral University. Emiliano also studied abroad at Tulane University, in New Orleans and at Sciences Po, in Paris, France. Before coming to America, where he attended the New York University School of Law and earned Master in Laws (LLM) degree, he worked as a legal coordinator in the Secretariat of Communications and served as the Secretary General of the FCC’s equivalent in Argentina.

At the ACLU of Massachusetts, Emiliano seeks to think about and address the legal and policy concerns that the Information Age entails by contributing to create and change the regulatory landscape of it. The new challenges posed by fast developing networks, digital economy, artificial intelligence, and the enormous and incredible flow of information to which we are all subjected require the unrestricted and unlimited observance of human rights and civil liberties. Emiliano’s task is to develop policy and regulatory schemes that promote equality, open internet, balanced intellectual property rights, respect for privacy, and universal access to services.

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