Kimberly A. Houser is a University of Texas football fan who also happens to be a social media law professor and tech attorney. Aside from rooting for her alma mater, Kimberly conducts research in a variety of topics. Her research includes privacy, GDPR, big data, artificial intelligence, and unconscious bias/gender diversity issues. She is the author of The Legal Guide to Social Media, a creator of digital media content for Pearson’s Business Law online curriculum, and has been published in the Stanford Technology Law Review, Richmond Journal of Law & Technology, Vanderbilt Journal of Technology and Entertainment, Tax Notes, and the Tax Adviser. She is a frequent speaker on her research interests and serves as Counsel to an Austin, Texas tech firm. She has also participated in the invitation-only Sci Foo 2018 event at Facebook headquarters, spoken about the GDPR at TNW, Europe’s largest tech conference, and presented at SXSW in Austin, Texas where she terrified audiences with her discoveries about the IRS’s foray into big data. When Kimberly is not teaching students, researching legal issues relating to privacy and big data, or talking about how the IRS is stalking us, she loves playing fantasy football.