CDT Announces Non-Resident Fellows Program
With the designation of ten distinguished academics, the Center for Democracy & Technology today announced the creation of a non-resident Fellows Program, designed to bring fresh insight and the latest in academic research to CDT’s work. The program provides an opportunity for leading scholars to collaborate with CDT staff in addressing the complex legal and policy issues facing the Internet. In the past, CDT had several associated Fellows, but the relationship was informal. The announcement today formalizes the fellowship system, strengthening CDT’s cross-disciplinary approach to its mission: keeping the Internet open, innovative and free.