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Kyoko Yoshinaga

Kyoko Yoshinaga is a Visiting Fellow of the Information Society Project (ISP) at Yale Law School where she will conduct research on the legal issues of the convergence of communications and broadcasting, focusing on content regulation from the perspective of protecting minors and copyright owners.

Before joining the ISP, Kyoko worked as a researcher in the area of laws and policies on information, communications and security at Mitsubishi Research Institute (MRI), a leading private think-tank in Tokyo, Japan, for seven years. Most of her research was under contract from the Japanese Government Ministries to assist them in their policy-making in these areas. At MRI, Kyoko conducted research on privacy, data protection, defamation, information security governance, intellectual property rights, electronic signatures, phishing, spyware, SPAM, broadcasting and Alternative Dispute Resolutions of Japan, the United States, as well as the European Union, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Canada, Australia, China and South Korea. She has contributed to forming legal systems and policies in this field in Japan by proposing new legal frameworks, policies or revisions to laws through reports for the government ministries.

She received an LL.M. from the University of Tokyo and a B.A. in Law from Sophia University. She grew up in the U.S., U.K., and Japan.

Kyoko Yoshinaga CV
Kyoko Yoshinaga