Danny Rayman

Danny specializes in law and new technologies. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Law and Social Sciences (Universidad Diego Portales, 2014), a Master's degree in Law and New Technologies (Universidad de Chile, 2017) and is a candidate for a LL.M. in International Human Rights Law and Humanitarian Law (European University Viadrina, Germany 2018-present). In addition, he has carried out postgraduate studies at the Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, as an Erasmus+ Scholarship Holder (2019).

In his professional activity, he has integrated several teams as a litigant lawyer and as a legal researcher. Since 2017, Danny has been part of consulting teams for companies and international organizations in matters of human rights, data protection, information security, corruption prevention systems and, in general, in matters related to law and new technologies. Among these experiences, he has worked as Litigation Coordinator (2015 - 2017), and as a Research and Projects Coordinator (2018 to date), at Fundación Datos Protegidos, organization where he currently acts as a board member. He has also participated as a consultant in projects related to privacy and information security for the organization Tactical Technology Collective (2018), for Stream House AG (2019- to date) in projects related to implementation of anti-corruption technology systems, and in Marco Legal (2019- to date) boutique law firm in Chile, specialized in IT-related matters with a particular focus on the ethical application of technology and respect for the human rights and care for the digital ecosystem. He has also collaborated with the Mozilla Foundation as a Mentor and Expert of the Mozilla Open Leaders Program (2018 to date), participating in the training of leaders leading to the creation of open innovation and research projects.


Based in Santiago, Chile