As my last day at CDT winds down to a close, I found myself with a little spare time at the end of the day on a Friday in August (hard to believe, I know). I decided to take a moment to give public thanks to the folks I've worked with both here at CDT, and in the community we work with.
I'm leaving CDT after today to pursue a law degree at American University's Washington College of Law
. It's been a great two years working with my fellow CDT employees to protect our civil liberties in this digital age, and I'm comforted by knowing that while I'm taking a step back to continue my education (and hopefully return to this area in three years with some new tools), such quality folks as these will continue to work tirelessly for all our benefits. I would be remiss if I did not thank Ari Schwartz in particular, for being kind, patient and an excellent tutor.
I've also already said a private "thank you" to the membership of the Anti-Spyware Coalition
, but they too deserve a mention here. Each one of them have made it a pleasure to manage the coalition, and to work with them on drafting our important documents. I know their work will continue to be important long into the future, and I wish all of them the best of luck.
Keep on fighting, all of you, and I'll be back in a few years to rejoin your ranks!
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