|Organisation||European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights|
Elise Lassus works as a researcher in the Research and Data Unit. Her areas of expertise with respect to the FRA's work include: privacy and data protection legal frameworks, as well as research and analysis on topics linked to information society and new technologies. Her current areas of research focus on: the use of new technologies for security purposes, and AI and fundamental rights. Prior to joining FRA in 2014, she worked at the European Commission on policies related to the fight against discrimination and consumer protection. She studied foreign languages and civilizations, and holds masters degrees in human rights, European studies, and political science, with a focus on religions and societies.