I frequently write about and advocate for internet rights such as net neutrality and privacy. This is part of my broader interest in the intersection of technology, public policy, and society.
Net neutrality advocacy
Having been involved in various net neutrality communities for over a year, WBUR's Endless Thread podcast interviewed me regarding that subject. The episode above, released June 15, 2018, features my commentary on the history of internet rights movements, arguments against net neutrality, fraud during the 2017 comment process, and public complacency.
How the upcoming repeal of net neutrality will lead to significant negative consequences for America's democracy.
The FCC repealed net neutrality, but it's still not too late to stop ISPs from violating your internet rights (January 2018)
Written for the Keep Our Net Free blog: A summary of different legislative and judicial efforts to stop the FCC's repeal of net neutrality.
Stand up for your internet rights! (July 2017)
A summary of grassroots activism on the Net Neutrality Day of Action.
While Ajit Pai attempts to dismantle net neutrality publicly, Republican senators are being far more sneaky (May 2017)
Why the failed S.993 (Restoring Internet Freedom Act) bill in Congress was far more dangerous than an FCC policy change.
Other forms of advocacy
Weston APCS YouTube Channel (September 2018-present)
Video lessons that supplement the AP Computer Science curriculum at Weston High School. At WHS, many students are unable to take AP Computer Science as early as they would like due to scheduling conflicts, and many others need additional material to master programming concepts in the course. This project was born out of an intention to help those students, and we also hope that this could help students at different schools taking the course and the exam.
This work won a Honorable Mention in the New York Times Summer Reading Contest, Week 1 2015.