| Karen Kornbluh |
|Alma mater||Bryn Mawr College, Harvard University|
|Member of||Broadcasting Board of Governors, Council on Foreign Relations/Members 2, German Marshall Fund|
|Interests|| • censorship|
• “national security”
Karen Kornbluh is a Senior Fellow and Director of the Digital Innovation and Democracy Initiative at the very spooky German Marshall Fund of the United States. She was previously Executive Vice President of External Affairs at Nielsen, Senior Fellow for Digital Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations, and a presidentially-appointed member of the Broadcasting Board of Governors.
She was appointed director of the German Marshall Fund's technology program in November 2018, where she has been charged with using the organization’s "global, multi-sector network, reputation, and the sum of its substantive expertise" (i.e. its CIA network) to "help shape a future in which technology strengthens rather than undermines democratic values", combating "online disinformation" as well as other technology policy issues, like democratic implications of frontier technologies, and cyber dimensions of national security.
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