Jake Laperruque is Senior Policy Counsel at The Constitution Project at POGO. He oversees work on privacy, surveillance, and cybersecurity issues, highlighting how emerging technologies are rapidly impacting Constitutional rights and principles. His work focuses on foreign intelligence surveillance, location privacy, cellphone privacy, facial recognition, aerial surveillance, and election security. Previously, Jake worked as the Fellow on Privacy, Surveillance, and Security at the Center for Democracy & Technology and as a Program Fellow at the Open Technology Institute. He also served as a Law Clerk on the Senate Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology, and the Law. Jake is a graduate of Harvard Law School and Washington University in St. Louis.
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