Chloé Berthélémy is Policy Advisor at European Digital Rights (EDRi), the voice of 44 member organisations in Europe defending human rights in the digital environment. She leads EDRi's policy work on law enforcement and fundamental rights issues. She also has expertise related to online freedom of expression and content moderation in the context of the debate on terrorist content online, disinformation and platform regulation. Before joining EDRi, she advocated for youth rights at the European level. She holds a Double Master on European Affairs from Sciences Po Lille and Aston University.
Chris is Executive Director of Statewatch, a civil liberties charity working on policing, migration, surveillance and security technologies, in particular in relation to European Union law and policy.
AI Now (US)
Amba is the Director of Global Strategy & Programs at AI Now Institute at New York University, where she leads AI Now’s global policy engagement, programs, and partnerships. She joins AI Now from her role as Policy Advisor at Mozilla, where she led the organization’s work in India and contributed to global policy fora on issues such as data protection, surveillance, and net-neutrality. Amba has been a recipient of the Mozilla Tech Policy Fellowship in 2016 and the Google Policy Fellowship in 2013. As a Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford, she has received a Masters in Law (BCL) and an MSc in Social Science of the Internet.
Alyna is Advocacy Officer at PICUM (Platform for International Cooperation on Undocumented Migrants) where she leads their work on access to justice and access to health for undocumented people, as well as legal strategies. Alyna has a background in health, human rights and law.
York University Toronto (CA)
Petra Molnar is a lawyer and researcher at the Migration and Technology Monitor and the Refugee Law Lab, investigating the human rights impacts of migration management technologies.