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Project Lead on Digital Protocol Networks at the World Economic Forum; facilitates the norms-setting process and dissemination of the protocols advanced by the projects at the Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Previously served as the International Affairs Director at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, working on advocacy initiatives at international multistakeholder decision-making bodies in the areas of cybercrime, data privacy, intellectual property, and freedom of expression. Was the first Executive Director of the Information Society Project at Yale Law School; taught Cyberlaw and founded the Access to Knowledge initiative. JD from University of California, Berkeley Law School and BA in Philosophy from Yale.