Panel Manager, Technology
Bulelani Jili is a Ph.D. student with Harvard’s African and African American studies department. His research interests include Africa-China relations, Cybersecurity, ICT development, African Political Economy, Internet Policy, and Privacy Law. He is currently conducting research with the Globalization, Lawyers, and Emerging Economies project at Harvard Law School. His recent paper, Chinese Social Credit initiatives and African Surveillance States, particularly discerns the development of surveillance technology in China and abroad. He has also written about the Chinese guiding cases system (Peking University Law Journal, 2019) with Guo Li, Professor of Law and Vice Dean at Peking University Law School.