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Müge Fazlioglu

Principal Researcher for Privacy Law & Policy, International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP)

Müge Fazlioglu’s research at the IAPP covers legislative processes, EU-U.S. comparative legal analyses, and individual privacy concerns. She writes about U.S. federal and state privacy legislation, analyzes EU developments in data protection, and explores the intricacies of data subject rights. 

Prior to joining the IAPP, she was a Research Fellow at the Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research and the Center for Law, Ethics and Applied Research in Health Information at Indiana University. She completed her Ph.D. in Law and Social Science, specializing in information privacy law and policy at the Maurer School of Law at Indiana University, Bloomington. Her doctoral dissertation examined the risk-based approach to privacy and data protection and the role of information sensitivity within risk management in the European Union and the United States. She also holds LL.M. in European Law from Stockholm University and an LL.B. from Marmara University. 

Her research into privacy law has been published in International Data Privacy Law and the Fordham Urban Law Journal, and she recently wrote a chapter on EU and the U.S. privacy and data protection law and policies for the book “Data Protection Around the World,” published by Springer. Her privacy research has been cited in various media and reports by institutions including the European Parliament, Congressional Research Service, and the United Nations, amongst others. 

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