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John DeLong is a fellow at Harvard University's Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society. John is focused on the implications of technology changes -- including machine learning, artificial intelligence, and big data -- on the framework and best practices for compliance, oversight, and ethics programs. He was formerly with the National Security Agency where he was the Director of Compliance from 2009-2014. He serves on the Advisory Board of the Compliance & Ethics Professional magazine. John started his career as a mathematician and computer scientist and later earned his law degree from Harvard Law School. He has spoken and published in many forums on compliance and received a Presidential Meritorious Rank Award for his work in compliance.

Projects & Tools

Berklett Cybersecurity

The Berklett Cybersecurity project is a unique forum for discussing true and important, and often novel, facts, and perspectives, and achieving surprising consensus on enduring… More


Compliance and Computation Overview

What is the role of the law and of lawyers in a machine learning/AI world? More


Apr 8, 2014 @ 12:00 PM

Intelligence Gathering and the Unowned Internet

The Berkman Center for Internet and Society is pleased to invite the community to continue the conversation on the future of the unowned Internet on April 8, 2014 with a panel… More