Ellery Roberts Biddle

Editor of Global Voices Advocacy

Ellery is the editor of Global Voices Advocacy. A project of the Global Voices online citizen media network, Global Voices Advocacy promotes free expression and privacy online by exploring challenges, victories and emerging trends in Internet rights around the world.

Ellery has been a volunteer author for Global Voices since 2010, and she has covered a range of human rights and Internet-related issues in Cuba and other Latin American countries. Before joining GVA, Ellery worked as a policy analyst with the Center for Democracy & Technology, where she managed a range of free expression and Internet governance-focused research and advocacy projects for CDT's international program.

Ellery has a master's degree in public policy and Latin American studies from the University of Chicago, where she developed deep expertise in the politics and policies of Internet use in Cuba. She has also worked as an intern and researcher with the OpenNet Initiative at Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet and Society. She blogs about her research and thoughts on Cuba at ellerybiddle.com.

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