Bulelani Jili
Futures Fellow
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September to December 2021

Bulelani Jili is a Ph.D. candidate at Harvard University, as an Oppenheimer Graduate Fellow. His research interests include Africa-China relations, Cybersecurity, ICT development, Internet Policy, Law and Development, and Privacy Law. He is also a cybersecurity fellow at the Belfer Center and Research Associate with the China, Law, Development project at Oxford University. He has advised Freedom House Africa Program and supported the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ Human Rights Initiative at a large, which investigates the spread of facial recognition technology in Africa. His recent paper, Chinese surveillance tools in Africa, particularly discerns the exportation of Chinese surveillance technology in Africa.

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Jili Bulelani Profilbild

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Bulelani Jili

Futures Fellow

September to December 2021

Bulelani Jili is a Ph.D. candidate at Harvard University, as an Oppenheimer Graduate Fellow. His research interests include Africa-China relations, Cybersecurity, ICT development, Internet Policy, Law and Development, and Privacy Law. He is also a cybersecurity fellow at the Belfer Center and Research Associate with the China, Law, Development project at Oxford University. He has advised Freedom House Africa Program and supported the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ Human Rights Initiative at a large, which investigates the spread of facial recognition technology in Africa. His recent paper, Chinese surveillance tools in Africa, particularly discerns the exportation of Chinese surveillance technology in Africa.

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