Diane Thilly Cabell is an attorney and academic currently researching legal barriers to open sharing of bio-data at the eResearch Center and Oxford Internet Institute. She also serves as Corporate Counsel and Secretary of Creative Commons, Acting Executive Director of iCommons Ltd, and domain name dispute panelist for WIPO and the National Arbitration Forum. Ms. Cabell formerly served as the Associate Director of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard where she founded the Clinical Program in Cyberlaw and remains a Fellow Emeritus. She has also served as Co-chair of the Boston Bar Association's Computer & Internet Law Committee, Visiting Scholar at the Institutt for informatikk Universitetet i Oslo, and Assistant Counsel and Faculty Resident at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Data Mining White Paper: Analysis of UK/EU law affecting data mining in higher education institutions, Guadamuz, A and Cabell, D, Sept 2012 (in submission)