About Me

Hello! My name is Dillon and I am a soon-to-be-lawyer (pending bar results!) who works at the intersection of civil rights and technology. Currently, I am a Skadden Fellow at the ACLU of New Jersey, working on investigating and addressing the use of automated decision systems in public benefits in NJ. Feel free to drop me a line at d i l l o n @ l o n l o n . i o or on twitter.

Before entering the legal world I was a software engineer, working with the AI Now Institute at NYU, the Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton, and the Google privacy team, where I advised product teams on privacy-conscious development and developed infrastructure to better protect user data. I received my bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Princeton University, where I concentrated in technology policy.

Have an interesting project you want help exploring? Need someone to give a technical tutorial for non-technical people? Just want to chat? If you'd like to [hire me]/[yell at me]/[talk to me], you can email me at d i l l o n @ l o n l o n . i o, visit me on twitter, or check out my github.



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