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Salome is a Fellow in the Privacy Initiatives and Berklett Cybersecurity Projects at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society.

Salome’s research focuses on the intersection between law, technology and inequality. She is particularly interested in how the law governing technology facilitates the concentration of private power, and the distributive impacts of privacy and cybersecurity governance regimes.

Before coming to the Berkman Center, Salome was an associate at Fenwick and West, LLP, where she worked with technology company clients on a broad variety of matters. She has a JD from Harvard Law School, an MsC from the London School of Economics, and a BA in Political Economy from Georgetown University. In her spare time, she enjoys reading fiction, gardening, and hanging out with her cat, Leo.

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



Law and Adversarial Machine Learning

A survey of existing legal remedies for attacks that have been demonstrated on machine learning systems, and suggests some potential areas of exploration for machine learning…

Thursday, Dec 20, 2018

Law and Adversarial Machine Learning

When machine learning systems fail because of adversarial manipulation, how should society expect the law to respond?

Friday, Oct 26, 2018


Apr 17, 2018 @ 12:00 PM

Honoring All Expertise: Social Responsibility and Ethics in Tech

featuring Kathy Pham & Friends from the Berkman Klein Community

Learn more about social responsibility and ethics in tech from cross functional perspectives featuring social scientists, computer scientists, historians, lawyers, political… More