Amie Stepanovich

Access

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Senior Policy Counsel at Access, a digital rights organization working to defend the rights of individuals online; former director of the Domestic Surveillance Project at the Electronic Privacy Information Center

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For more than a year, reporters have been poring over the vast trove of National Security Agency files made public by Edward Snowden.

Will the Latest NSA Revelations Lead to Reform?

For more than a year, reporters have been poring over the vast trove of National Security Agency files made public by Edward Snowden.

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When the Associated Press  falsely tweeted  that bombs at the White House had injured President Obama, Wall Street indexes lost billions in value.

News Media Hacking and the Case for Cybersecurity

When the Associated Press falsely tweeted that bombs at the White House had injured President Obama, Wall Street indexes lost billions in value.

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