Josh Levy is Co-Founder of the Center for Digital Resilience and Founder of the Digital Security Exchange, an initiative that connects civil society organizations to trusted digital security experts who help keep vulnerable data and networks safe from exposure, exploitation, and attack. As an advocacy and campaign director with organizations including Free Press and Access Now, he has helped lead global efforts to protect free expression online, fight for privacy and the right to encryption, secure strong open Internet rules, reign in overreaching government surveillance, and otherwise protect the rights of at-risk Internet users. Josh is a former Non-Resident Fellow at Stanford’s Digital Civil Society Lab.
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