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- Alvaro Bedoya Founding Executive Director, Center on Privacy and Technology at Georgetown Law
- Aaron Rieke Project Director, Upturn
- Adrienne LaFrance Staff writer, The Atlantic
- Ed Mierzwinski Federal Consumer Program Director, U.S. PIRG
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