The University of Michigan Senate's Lecture on Academic and Intellectual Freedom was established in 1990 to honor three professors.:
Clement L. Markert (left)
Mark Nickerson (center), and
H. Chandler Davis (right),
Marc Rotenberg is President of the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) and teaches information privacy and open government at Georgetown Law. He frequently testifies before Congress on emerging privacy and civil liberties issues. He has pursued a wide range of FOIA and administrative law cases and authored many amicus briefs on emerging privacy and civil liberties issues. He is co-editor of "Privacy in the Modern Age: The Search for Solutions" (The New Press 2015) and (with Anita Allen) "Privacy Law and Society" (West 2016). He is a graduate of Harvard College and Stanford Law School, and received an LLM in International and Comparative Law.
He is a founding board member and former chair of the organization that established and maintains the .ORG domain. He served as Counsel to Senator Patrick J. Leahy on the Senate Judiciary Committee after graduation from law school. He is the recipient of several awards, including the World Technology Award in Law, the American Lawyer Award for Top Lawyers Under 45, the Norbert Weiner Award for Social and Professional Responsibility, and the Vicennial medal from Georgetown University for distinguished service.
Allen & Rotenberg, Privacy, Law and Society (West 2016)
Rotenberg, et al, Privacy in the Modern Age: The Search for Solutions (New Press 2015)
Marc Rotenberg, Allison Knight, Katitza Rodriguez, "Privacy and Human Rights: An International Survey of Privacy Laws and Developments" (EPIC 2007)
Agre and Rotenberg, “Technology and Privacy: The New Landscape” (MIT Press 1998)