Mark Hanin is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Ethics Lab, where he works on ethical and policy implications of emerging digital technologies, digital privacy, and the value of attention in the digital age.He is helping to integrate ethics into Georgetown’s computer science curriculum as part of the Responsible Computer Science Challenge grant from the Mozilla Foundation. He is also participating in a project on the ethics of data sharing funded by the Sloan Foundation. Hanin also has wider research interests in metaethics and theories of rights.He comes to Ethics Lab after serving as a law clerk to Judge Stephen F. Williams on the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Hanin earned his M.Phil. in Political Thought & Intellectual History from the University of Cambridge, his Ph.D. in philosophy from the Law Faculty at Cambridge, and his J.D. from Yale Law School.