Preserving Privacy in a World of Change
Katrina is a recent graduate from the George Washington University Law School. Currently, she is a Technology Policy Fellow at Public Knowledge, where she works on policy issues regarding net neutrality, data use, patent and copyright, and other telecom concerns. Her other areas of focus are encryption and user privacy.
As the realm of tech has rapidly evolved, many existing areas of law have not adapted to accommodate the changes. Her vision is to establish better, functional precedent for issues involving access, copyright, and other forms of intellectual property. To date, she primarily applies her legal background to tech projects that aim to improve the general public's understanding of cyber security.
Her most immediate goal is spreading awareness regarding changes in policy and regulation that are likely to threaten net neutrality and user privacy. She seeks to work with non-profit organizations to traverse the ever-changing digital landscape and protect user rights.