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Eddan Katz

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Eddan Katz joined EFF as International Affairs Director in 2008, where he is responsible for managing EFF's international network and activities, specializing in Access to Knowledge (A2K) and digital rights. Before EFF, Eddan was the first Executive Director of the Yale Information Society Project (ISP) and was Lecturer-in Law and Associate Research Scholar at Yale Law School. He taught and writes in the areas of cyberlaw, intellectual property, telecommunications, e-voting, and bioethics. At the Yale ISP, Eddan initiated the A2K Program and has organized the annual A2K conferences. and Eddan received his bachelors degree in philosophy from Yale; and his law degree from UC, Berkeley's Boalt Hall, where he was awarded the Sax Prize for his work helping create the Chilling Effects project with the Samuelson Law, Technology, & Public Policy Clinic. After law school, Eddan worked for Prof. Pam Samuelson and organized the first Digital Rights Management (DRM) conference as a Visiting Scholar at the School of Information at Berkeley.