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Mark Jaycox

I'm currently a first year student at Berkeley Law School. I was born in Queens, New York on July 3, 1988.

After graduating from Reed College, I was a Contributor to ArsTechnica.com and a Legislative Research Assistant for LexisNexis. At both places I worked and wrote on computer security, big data, and health care issues. My time at LexisNexis and ArsTechnica was important because both jobs demanded I understand the confluence of politics, the law, and computer science. These three topics are core passions that can be traced throughout all of my work.

In 2011, I joined the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) where I served as the Civil Liberties Legislative Lead. At EFF, I worked on privacy and civil liberties issues, and specialized in cybersecurity, autonomous cars, surveillance law, national security, and consumer privacy issues. As the Civil Liberties Legislative Lead I spearheaded EFF's federal legislative strategy in my issue areas, drafted legislation, briefed lawmakers, and wrote on a variety of topics.

As a law student I plan to specialize in technology law with a particular focus on computer security vulnerabilities, surveillance law, and consumer privacy. Education:

Reed College. Portland, OR. Bachelor of Arts in History. Concentration in 20th c. British Political History. 2006-2010

Wadham College, University of Oxford. Oxford, England. Study Abroad. Early 20th c. British Political History. 2008-2009

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