Gaia Bernstein is a Law Professor and Co-Director of the Institute for Privacy Protection at the Seton Hall University School of Law. She believes we need to stop blaming ourselves for our overuse of technology and shift the responsibility to the tech industry, which designs its products to addict. She created and spearheaded a nationally acclaimed school outreach program for children and parents on privacy and technology overuse, which was featured by the Washington Post, CBS Morning News and Common-Sense Media. And she is the author of Unwired: Gaining Control Over Addictive Technologies, which Kirkus Reviews said "sets an agenda to rein in the tech behemoths that have run rampant for years." She imagines a world where we can take back control of our technology and connect with each other, not with our screens.