Jordan Adler is an assistant attorney general in the Bureau of Internet and Technology at the New York state attorney general’s office. The Bureau of Internet and Technology is responsible for the enforcement of New York’s consumer protection laws in the online and technology environments, handling a wide range of issues including online privacy, data security, gambling and fraud. Mr. Adler recently led the office’s investigation into illegal online tracking in violation of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) and co-authored the office’s report on abuses in the live entertainment ticket industry, entitled “Obstructed View: What’s Blocking New Yorkers from Getting Tickets.” Prior to joining the attorney general’s office in 2011, Mr. Adler’s practice focused on intellectual properly litigation. He has also worked as a software developer. Jordan is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Michigan Law School.