Tal Zarsky is a Professor of Law at the University of Haifa – Faculty of Law (most recently a Visiting Scholar and Adjunct Professor at University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School (2019-2020)). His research focuses on legal theory and allocations, as well as information privacy, algorithmic decisions, cybersecurity, telecommunications and media law, internet policy, and online commerce. He published numerous articles and book chapters in the U.S. on these matters. He was a Fellow at the Information Society Project (Yale Law School) and a Global Hauser Fellow at NYU Law School as well as a visiting researcher at the University of Amsterdam and the University of Ottawa. He completed his doctoral dissertation at Columbia University School of Law. He earned a joint B.A. degree in law and psychology at the Hebrew University with high honors and his master degree (in law) from Columbia University.