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Katina Michael is an informatics lawyer exploring the ramifications of emerging technologies such as privacy, security, trust and control. She examines the balance of public interest in technology with social responsibility and accountability. Her work further expands into the legal ramifications of technology, including regulation and policy. Michael's methods have been used to analyze factors in privacy disclosure on social networks and location tracking.

She is a professor in the School for the Future of Innovation in Society and School of Computing, Informatics and Decision Systems Engineering.

Michael is the founder of IEEE Transactions in Technology and Society as well as a senior editor for their magazine. She is also an associate editor for Begell House's Ethics in Biology, Engineering and Medicine.

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