Leeza Garber

Leeza Garber
  • Lecturer

Contact Information

  • office Address:

    653 Jon M. Huntsman Hall
    3730 Walnut Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19104

Research Interests: Cybersecurity, privacy law, social media, and technology

Links: CV, Personal Website

Overview

Leeza Garber, Esq. is a consultant and attorney, specializing in cybersecurity and privacy law. Leeza is a part-time lecturer at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania for the course Internet Law, Privacy, and Cybersecurity, and is also an adjunct law professor at Drexel University’s Kline School of Law focusing on information privacy. She appears as an on-air analyst on the Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network, providing expert insight on cybersecurity, privacy, social media, and technology-related news. Leeza has been published in The Legal Intelligencer, Law Technology Today, and WIRED. Additionally, she presents as a keynote speaker and panelist for a variety of legal and technology conferences nationwide. Leeza is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School, has a certificate in business and public policy from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and earned her B.A. cum laude from Bryn Mawr College.

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Past Courses

  • LGST222 - INTERNET LAW PRIV CYBER

    This course looks at how courts, legislatures, and regulators confront the major issues of the internet world. Billions of people are now active on social media, and firms such as Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Alibaba are among the worlds most valuable and influential. The legal interfaces between the physical world and the digital world are therefore increasingly important. In particular, exploitation of personal information online by governments, digital platforms, and bad actors is becoming a constant source of major controversies. The material in the course ranges from the foundations of cyberlaw, developed during the e-commerce bubble of the 1990s, to current leading-edge questions around the power and responsibility of digital intermediaries; data protection in the U.S. and Europe; cybercrime;blockchain; and network neutrality. No pre-existing legal or technical knowledge is required.

  • OIDD222 - INTERNET LAW PRIV CYBER

    This course looks at how courts, legislatures, and regulators confront the major issues of the internet world. Billions of people are now active on social media, and firms such as Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Alibaba are among the worlds most valuable and influential. The legal interfaces between the physical world and the digital world are therefore increasingly important. In particular, exploitation of personal information online by governments, digital platforms, and bad actors is becoming a constant source of major controversies. The material in the course ranges from the foundations of cyberlaw, developed during the e-commerce bubble of the 1990s, to current leading-edge questions around the power and responsibility of digital intermediaries; data protection in the U.S. and Europe; cybercrime;blockchain; and network neutrality. No pre-existing legal or technical knowledge is required.

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Cyber Security Threats Grow During Pandemic
Advisors Magazine - 05/18/2020
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