Janis Wong is an interdisciplinary doctoral researcher in Computer Science at the Centre for Research into Information, Surveillance and Privacy (CRISP), University of St Andrews. She is interested in the legal and technological applications in data protection, privacy, and data ethics. Her current research aims to create a socio-technical data commons framework that helps data subjects protect their personal data under existing data protection, privacy, and information regulations. Janis was a research fellow at the Open Data Institute, working on data ethics and governance for online learning. She enjoys communicating science to academic and non-academic audiences and has presented her work for the BBC, the British Computer Society, Creative Commons, and Scottish Parliament amongst others. Janis holds degrees in Law from the London School of Economics and Computer Science from St Andrews.