Aaron Chase is an Assistant Attorney General in the Bureau of Internet and Technology (BIT) at the New York Office of the Attorney General. His work focuses on enforcing state and federal laws that protect consumers of technology, including in the areas of data protection, privacy and deceptive business practices. Mr. Chase’s work at BIT involves considering and responding to novel issues raised by emerging technologies and disruptive business models within the existing regulatory framework. His work has covered a wide range of industries and businesses, including IoT security devices, daily fantasy sports platforms, event ticketing, and broadband internet providers. Prior to joining BIT, Mr. Chase was an associate in the Intellectual Property group at White & Case in New York. Mr. Chase received a Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Civil Law from McGill University in Montreal.