Richard P. Salgado serves as Google's director for information security and law enforcement matters. Prior to joining Google, Mr. Salgado was with Yahoo!, focusing on international security and compliance work. He also served as senior counsel in the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section of the United States Department of Justice. As a federal prosecutor, Mr. Salgado specialized in investigating and prosecuting computer network cases, such as computer hacking, illegal computer wiretaps, denial of service attacks, malicious code, and other technology-driven privacy crimes. In 2005, Mr. Salgado joined Stanford Law School as a legal lecturer on computer crime and on Internet business legal and policy issues. He previously served as an adjunct law professor at Georgetown University Law Center and George Mason Law School and as a faculty member of the National Judicial College. Mr. Salgado regularly speaks on the legal and policy implications of searching and seizing computers and electronic evidence, emerging surveillance technologies, digital evidence, and related criminal conduct. Mr. Salgado graduated magna cum laude from the University of New Mexico and in 1989 received his JD from Yale Law School.
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