Amber Sinha works at the intersection of law, technology and society, and studies the impact of digital technologies on socio-political processes and structures. His research aims to further the discourse on regulatory practices around the internet, technology, and society. He is currently a Senior Fellow-Trustworthy AI at Mozilla Foundation, studying models for algorithmic transparency. Until 2022, Amber was the Executive Director of the Centre for Internet and Society, India, where he led programmes on privacy, data governance, and AI. Amber's research has been cited with appreciation by the Supreme Court of India and several government committees. He serves on the GPA Reference Panel for the Global Privacy Assembly and is an expert member of ONE AI at the OECD. His first book, The Networked Public, was released in 2019.