This week, the Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT) named Ben Green as a non-resident fellow. He joins Shobita Parthasarathy as one of 31 fellows from across the country that represent a wide range of fields and disciplines that inform CDT's research and policy work.
According to CDT, the Non-Resident Fellows program engages academics in the major tech policy conversations of today. The program is part of CDT’s continuing effort to create spaces that bring together researchers, policymakers, and subject matter experts to advance more informed policy solutions.
Read the press release and see all 31 fellows here.
About the Center for Democracy & Technology
The Center for Democracy & Technology is a 25-year old 501(c)(3) working to promote civil rights and civil liberties in the digital age. Based in Washington, D.C. and Brussels, Belgium, CDT works inclusively across sectors to find tangible solutions to today’s most pressing technology policy challenges. Our team of experts includes lawyers, technologists, academics, and analysts, bringing diverse perspectives to all of our efforts.More news from the Ford School