Sarah Jeong

tech culture writer for the New York Times

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Sarah Jeong is a journalist who was trained as a lawyer. She writes about technology, policy, and law. She is the author of The Internet of Garbage, and has bylines at The Verge, Forbes, The Guardian, Slate, and WIRED. She graduated from Harvard Law School in 2014. As a law student, she edited the Harvard Journal of Law & Gender, and worked at the Electronic Frontier Foundation and at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society. She is currently a fellow at the Internet Law & Policy Foundry.

In 2015, she covered the Silk Road trial for Forbes.

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