May 3, 2021
Pitt Cyber announced today that Jacqui Lipton and Jennifer Keating are joining the Institute as affiliate scholars.
Jacqui Lipton is an Assistant Professor of Legal Writing at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Her scholarship focuses on law and digital technology. Lipton is the author of a forthcoming book on personal digital privacy from University of California Press. She is also the co-author of multiple editions of a leading cyberspace casebook, Cyberspace Law: Cases and Materials and The Criminal Law of Intellectual Property; Rethinking Cyberlaw; Internet Domain Names, Trademarks and Free Speech; and Security Over Intangible Property.
Jennifer Keating is a Senior Lecturer and the Writing in the Disciplines Specialist in the William S. Dietrich II Institute for Writing Excellence in the Composition Program in the Department of English. Her work includes exploring the influence of advancing technology on society and the politics of language. Keating is the co-author of AI & Humanity.
Pitt Cyber Affiliate Scholars are drawn from faculty across the University of Pittsburgh and are selected for their excellence in cyber-themed research and teaching. Affiliate scholars are a source for transdisciplinary collaboration and innovation across Pitt and beyond.