Derek Khanna

Visiting fellow with Yale Law School’s Information Society Project. He worked on both of Mitt Romney’s presidential campaigns and for Republican Senator Scott Brown of Massachusetts. He spearheaded a petition that’s received more than 114,000 signatures online to make unlocking cellphones legal that prompted the White House to come out against the ban. He’s also known for authoring a controversial memo in favor of copyright reform for the Republican Study Committee that cost him his job.

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