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Gregory T. Nojeim
Director of the Project on Freedom, Technology & Security at the Center for Democracy & Technology

Gregory T. Nojeim is a Senior Counsel and Director of the Project on Freedom, Security and Technology at the Center for Democracy and Technology, a non-profit public policy organization dedicated to keeping the Internet open, innovative and free. Nojeim specializes in protecting privacy in the digital age as against intrusion by the government, and is a recognized expert on Fourth Amendment and surveillance issues arising in the national security and intelligence arenas. A leader in CDT’s cybersecurity work, Nojeim has testified before key congressional committees about the civil liberties implications of cybersecurity measures. Nojeim is also deeply involved in a multi-year, broad-based project to update the Electronic Communications Privacy Act.

Nojeim Co-Chairs the Coordinating Committee on National Security and Civil Liberties of the American Bar Association’s Section on Individual Rights and Responsibilities. He was one of the lead drafters of the ABA’s policy on the state secrets privilege.

Prior to joining CDT in May 2007, Nojeim was the Associate Director and Chief Legislative Counsel of the ACLU’s Washington Legislative Office. He graduated from the University of Rochester in 1981 with a B.A. in Political Science, and he received his J.D. from the University of Virginia in 1985.

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