Lauren works on a broad range of Internet, media and telecommunications issues and advocates for the public interest before the Federal Communications Commission, Congress, the courts and other federal and state agencies. In 2014, Forbes named Lauren to its “30 under 30” list in the law and policy category. Before joining Free Press, Lauren was a student attorney at the Institute for Public Representation’s First Amendment and Media Law Project. Lauren earned her A.B. in public policy studies from Duke University and her J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center, where she was a Dean’s Scholar.
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Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Net Neutrality's Impact on Free Speech
Last month, the FCC released its proposal detailing how it intends to protect Net Neutrality in the wake of the court ruling that overturned its Open Internet Order. The proposal repeated FCC pronouncements about the importance of preserving an open Internet and professed concern over what would...