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Teo Yi-Ling is a Senior Fellow with the Centre of Excellence for National Security (CENS) at RSIS. She is part of the Cyber and Homeland Defence Programme of CENS, engaged with exploring policy, legal, and regulatory issues around the cyber domain including international cyber norms, threats and conflict, crime and law enforcement technologies, and smart city issues; strategic communications and disinformation, and national security issues in disruptive technology.
A qualified Barrister-at-Law (England & Wales) and an Advocate & Solicitor (Singapore), Yi-Ling has practice experience with international and local law firms in the areas of intellectual property, technology, media and entertainment, and commercial law. Her clients included production companies, technology and innovation companies, creative agencies, and government and regulatory agencies. In her capacity as Senior Faculty and Principal Legal Counsel for the IP Academy at the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS), she led the team that developed and launched a postgraduate degree programme in IP management, and a specialist certificate programme in intangible asset management.
Yi-Ling holds an LL.B. (Hons) from the University of Liverpool, and an LL.M. (cum laude) from Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago. She is the author of “Media Law in Singapore”, published by Sweet & Maxwell; a pioneering and definitive text examining the development of media and communication-related laws in Singapore, alongside the practical management of media issues. Her book is used as a course and reference text by most media-related diploma, degree and postgraduate programmes in Singapore tertiary institutions. She has extensive academic experience, having developed and taught courses in media law, intellectual property law, entertainment business transactions, and media ethics at a number of tertiary institutions in Singapore, and in the U.S., Dutch, and Australian university systems.
Areas of Expertise
• Media and Communication Law and Regulation
• Intellectual Property Law and Management
• Data Protection and Privacy Law
• Cybersecurity Law and Management
• Legal Issues in Disruptive Technology and Science
• Ethical Decision-making Models
Member, ITSC Artificial Intelligence Technical Committee
Member, Internet Society
Member, Singapore Academy of Law
The Right of Privacy: Death By a Thousand Data Cuts?
22 March, 2019
Regulating Artificial Intelligence: An Ethical Approach
27 November, 2018
Last updated on 01/04/2019