November 4, 2010 | By Rebecca Jeschke

EFF Welcomes New Activist Rainey Reitman

EFF is pleased to announce our newest staff activist: Rainey Reitman. Rainey will be working with the rest of our activism team to fight for privacy, free speech, and innovation on the Internet and other technologies.

Prior to joining EFF, Rainey served as Director of Communications for the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, a top-notch nonprofit advocacy and education organization promoting consumer privacy. She is primarily interested in the intersection between personal privacy and technology, particularly social networking privacy, locational privacy, and online data brokers. Rainey also serves as a steering committee member for the Bradley Manning Support Network, a network of individuals and organizations advocating for the release of accused WikiLeaks whistleblower Pfc. Bradley Manning. Welcome Rainey!


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