Mark Rumold

Staff Attorney
415.436.9333 ext. 137

Mark is a staff attorney at EFF, focusing primarily on privacy, surveillance, government secrecy, and national security issues. As part of EFF's Transparency Project, Mark regularly represents EFF in cases under the federal Freedom of Information Act. As a result of his transparency work, tens of thousands of pages of previously secret government documents have been made available to the public. Mark is a graduate of Northwestern University and the University of California, Berkeley School of Law. In his spare time, he likes doing crossword puzzles and cheering for disappointing amazing sports teams.

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