David Robinson is a principal at Robinson & Yu, a consulting firm that applies computer science expertise to legal and public policy issues. His research interests include Internet-enabled government transparency, digital copyright and trademark issues, and the legal and business aspects of online media, particularly online journalism. His publications include Government Data and the Invisible Hand and, most recently, The New Ambiguity of 'Open Government.' David served as the founding Associate Director of Princeton University’s Center for Information Technology Policy, a joint venture combining computer science and public policy, where he launched the Center’s operations and developed its interdisciplinary research programs. He holds bachelor’s degrees in philosophy from Princeton and Oxford, where he was a Rhodes Scholar, and a JD from Yale.