Kate Krauss

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Kate is the former communications and public policy director for the Tor Project. Prior to that she served as a senior communications strategist at Jefferson, ran major AIDS and human rights campaigns, and is a longtime supporter of the Philly tech scene.

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Post-Roe v. Wade, are tech companies actually doing anything to protect users’ data?

Jul. 7, 2022 11:43 am

Post-Roe v. Wade, are tech companies actually doing anything to protect users’ data?

And what can they do? Digital rights advocate Kate Krauss outlines the gaps of protection in current US policy.
Digital rights advocates are calling for the protection of the Open Technology Fund

Jun. 25, 2020 12:46 pm

Digital rights advocates are calling for the protection of the Open Technology Fund

The nonpartisan nonprofit supports privacy-minded projects such as the Signal app — and its leadership was ransacked by a new Trump appointee last week. That's a problem for internet freedom, writes Kate Krauss.
Trump just signed a bill that lets ISPs sell your browsing data. Here’s what to do now

Apr. 4, 2017 12:58 pm

Trump just signed a bill that lets ISPs sell your browsing data. Here’s what to do now

West Philly-based advocate Kate Krauss on how to protect your privacy — and your dignity — in light of the new law.
4 ways to protect your online privacy right now: a Philly advocate’s guide

Jan. 9, 2017 12:47 pm

4 ways to protect your online privacy right now: a Philly advocate’s guide

After all, everyone deserves curtains on their windows, right?