Dina Srinivasan currently advises on the economics of digital advertising markets and continues to write about tech and antitrust. Ms. Srinivasan is the author of “The Antitrust Case Against Facebook”, an academic paper published in the Berkeley Business Law Journal (February 2019) that explains Facebook’s monopoly power under U.S. antitrust law.
Ms. Srinivasan’s research and commentary on tech and antitrust have been covered or cited by U.S. Congress, The New York Times, Bloomberg, Business Insider, NBC News, the Today Show, and other publications and radio stations, domestically and globally.
Previously, Ms. Srinivasan was an executive with WPP, the world’s largest advertising holding company. She founded Effidia, an advertising technology company whose technology was acquired by a division of WPP. Ms. Srinivasan also created one of the first applications to bridge text messaging across CDMA, TDMA, and GSM spectrum networks in the U.S. Srinivasan holds a J.D. from Yale Law School, where she studied law & economics and was an Olin Fellow with the Kauffman Program in Law, Economics and Entrepreneurship. She lives in Northern California with her husband and their four children.