Emma Llansó joined Center for Democracy & Technology in 2009 as an Equal Justice Works Fellow sponsored by the Bruce J. Ennis Foundation. Her fellowship project focused on analyzing legislative, regulatory, and policy proposals aimed at addressing online child safety and privacy concerns for their potential impact on free expression online. This project involved the full range of CDT's domestic free expression policy work, which includes amicus activity in First Amendment cases, defending Internet intermediary liability protections in the U.S. and abroad, and advocating for user-empowerment tools and digital media literacy for minors. As Policy Counsel, Emma continues to work on free expression policy with both the domestic Free Expression team and the Project on Global Internet Freedom.
A discussion with leading experts on the current state of COPPA.