On Wednesday at 12:30pm Michael Carbone of Access Now is coming to have lunch. You must RSVP here by Monday at 9am if you want food! Thanks to Dillon Reismann ’14 for organizing this, and for the CITP undergrads fellows forum for hosting. If you’re coming, please take a couple minutes and check out Access’ website and the info below so you have a question to add to the discussion.
Information for Wednesday’s lunch:
“Access is an international human rights organization that defends and extends the digital rights of users at risk around the world. By combining innovative policy, user engagement, and direct technical support, Access fights for open and secure communications for all.”
“Michael Carbone is the Manager of Tech Policy and Programs at Access, where he analyzes digital attacks on civil society organizations, supports the development of innovative secure communications technologies, and provides preventative advice to civil society organizations and human rights defenders to stay digitally secure. Prior to Access, he explored the policy, international law, and regional implications of emerging information and communication technologies at the State Department and worked in the intersection of journalism and technology at a number of news organizations and nonprofits including the International Reporting Project. A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Michael received his bachelor’s degrees from the University of Chicago in Mathematics and East Asian Languages & Civilizations, studied in China at Capital Normal University, Zhejiang University, and the Hopkins-Nanjing Center for Chinese and American Studies, and completed his master’s degree at Johns Hopkins University’s School for Advanced International Studies in China Studies, International Economics, and International Law.”