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Bio: Ashley E. Gorham is a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Values and Public Policy, affiliated with the Center for Information Technology Policy in the Woodrow Wilson School. Her research uses political theory to examine a variety of topics related to the internet, including hacktivism, algorithms, and platforms. Ashley recently defended her dissertation, “Information and Democracy: Lessons from the Hacktivists,” in the political science department at the University of Pennsylvania. In 2018-19, she was a research fellow at NYU’s Information Law…
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