Mary Madden

Research Lead, Health and Data

Mary Madden is a veteran technology researcher, writer, and public speaker. She is currently a Research Lead at the Data & Society Research Institute in New York City, where she directs an initiative to explore the impact of data-centric systems on Americans’ health and well-being. Prior to her role at Data & Society, Mary was a Senior Researcher for the Pew Research Center’s Internet, Science & Technology team in Washington, DC and an Affiliate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University. She is a nationally-recognized expert on privacy and technology, trends in social media use, and the impact of digital media on teens and parents.




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Related Events

  • 11.07.19  |  Color of Surveillance

  • 09.26.19  |  Age Appropriate Design

  • 04.12.19  |  Theorizing the Web

  • 08.22.18  |  AI in Medicine: Inclusion and Equity 2018

  • 11.02.17  |  Feedback Summit 2017

  • 10.25.17  |  FPF-CAN Speaker Series featuring Mary Madden and Michele Gilman

  • 06.02.16  |  9th Annual Privacy Law Scholars Conference

  • 04.07.16  |  Enabling Connected Learning Workshop on Personalized Learning

  • 02.03.16  |  Digital Equity: Technology & Learning in the Lives of Lower Income Families

  • 09.21.15  |  The potential risks of student data collection and use

  • 11.20.14  |  Databite No. 16: Mary Madden

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