Adi Kamdar

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Adi Kamdar is an activist at the Electronic Frontier Foundation specializing in patent, free speech, intermediary liability, and consumer privacy issues. He also coordinates EFF's open access advocacy and helps with student activism. He studied History of Science at Yale University, where he was chapter president and a member of the board of directors of Students for Free Culture. Previously, he interned at EFF, at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society, and with the Open Video Alliance. In his free time, he enjoys improv, music, things that are delicious, and being outdoors.

You can follow Adi on his personal Twitter account at @adikamdar.

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