Chao-Yin Kuo, a graduate from National Taiwan University College of Law, has been a public prosecutor in Taiwan for the past 14 years. Serving first in the Kaohsiung District Prosecutor's Office and later in the Taipei District Prosecutor's Office, she has spent her career investigating and prosecuting a variety of criminal cases, including embezzlement of public companies, corruption, cyber-crimes, intellectual property violations, drug dealings, gang organizations, food and medicine safety, credit card fraud, and many more. During her time working as a prosecutor for a number of years, she has gained valuable insights in the field of criminal law through her experiences
Many high-tech companies in Taiwan are now spending countless efforts in protecting various firms' assets due to a new wave of theft within the technological age as the use of smart phones are prevalent now more than ever. During her time at Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, she will be conducting research in the area of trade secrets, evaluating regulations and protections in the area of cyber-crimes.