Vera Eidelman

Former Legal Intern
Academic Background:

J.D., Yale Law School (Expected 2015); B.A., Stanford University, Economics and Sociology

Work Experience:

Summer Associate, Covington & Burling LLP; Intern, California Department of Justice Executive Unit; Legal Assistant, Google Inc.; Managing Editor and Economist, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Legal Interests:

Privacy, Access to Information, First Amendment, Civil Liberties

Bio/Other Interests:

I grew up between Baltimore and DC, but college convinced me that the Bay Area is the right place to be. I'm a big fan of drop-in art classes, taking risks while cooking, and covering the cameras on my electronics.

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HR 699 would update archaic rules about email privacy. Tomorrow it has a hearing in the House Judiciary Committee:

Nov 30 @ 12:31pm

“Los Angeles Just Proposed the Worst Use of License Plate Reader Data in History” —police technologist @nselby

Nov 30 @ 10:57am

An election season must-read: @colinbennett0’s new paper on “Trends in Voter Surveillance in Western Societies.”

Nov 30 @ 10:30am
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