Tarun is a widely cited authority on the advancement of technologies and how they are overturning established industries; trends in cyber security, privacy, and surveillance; their impact on legal systems and societal institutions; and the promise and perils that digital identification technologies are creating in each corner of the globe.
His research, lectures, and interviews have caught the attention of prominent think tanks, universities, consulting groups, and government agencies. Tarun’s opinion and analysis pieces have been cited in hundreds of books and reports. His ideas are used as part of curriculums in schools and corporate training programs around the world.
Interviews and QUOTES:
BBC Radio: One Billion Digitally Identified Indians
The Wall Street Journal: Ask The Accelerators: Dads In Tech
Al Jazeera: Would you be fooled by a deepfake?
Atlanta Journal-Constitution: SnowJammed? There’s an app for that
select MENTIONS aND CITATIONS:
The Atlantic: Rethinking Ethics Training in Silicon Valley
Brookings Institute: Our Cyborg Future: Law and Policy Implications
Stanford Law School: Should Criminal Lawyers Engage in Crowdsourcing Criminal Investigations?
American Bar Association: When Things Get Hacked: Coverage for Cyber-Physical Risks
International Academy of Design & Technology: Does Eye Tracking Undermine Privacy?
Boston University Law Review: The Regulatory Arms Race: Mobile-Health Applications and Agency Posturing
Christian Science Monitor: FBI asks Americans to help ID masked Islamic State jihadi. Good idea?
Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada: Automated Facial Recognition in the Public and Private Sectors
USC International Journal of Communication: Crowdsourcing as a Platform for Digital Labor Unions
American Bar Association: How to Regulate Disruptive Innovation—From Facts to Data
Center For Strategic & International Studies: Innovative Immigration and Border Control Reform