Abogada general y Directora de privacidad
Christiana Lin brings to comScore more than a decade of experience in corporate, technology and intellectual property law, and technology-related public policy issues. She advises the company on all legal matters, including strategic corporate initiatives, technology alliances, business transactions and intellectual property protection. As Chief Privacy Officer, Ms. Lin is responsible for establishing the company's privacy and data security policies, overseeing the implementation of such policies, and educating legislators, the press, industry and consumer groups and the general public about the company's approach and commitments to consumer privacy.
While in private practice, Ms. Lin worked extensively with telecommunications service providers, broadcast companies and Internet businesses. She represented and advised clients on mergers and acquisitions, strategic partnerships, matters before the Federal Communications Commission, and in appellate court proceedings. She also counseled clients on privacy matters and the management of intellectual property assets.
Ms. Lin held a number of government positions, both at the Department of Defense and the White House, focused on coordinating the legislative and public relations efforts associated with critical technology and economic programs. This experience included working with foreign governments on a broad variety of initiatives.
Ms. Lin holds a J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center, and a B.A. in Political Science from Yale University. She is a member of the District of Columbia, New Jersey, New York and Virginia Bars.