A summary of the bill that the House Judiciary Committee passed on Nov. 8.
Chinmayi Sharma is a student at University of Virginia School of Law, where she is focusing her legal studies on cybersecurity law. She contributes as a law clerk for the Future of Privacy Forum and serves on the Editorial Board of the Virginia Law Review. Prior to law school, she helped co-found a tech consulting company for which she acted as an adviser and programmer to growing startups and larger international development organizations. She has also worked at Deloitte and CEB, now Gartner. She graduated with highest distinction from Duke University with a B.A. in English and Public Policy.
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