Spandana Singh is a policy analyst with New America's Open Technology Institute, where she researches and reports on policies and practices related to algorithmic decision-making, content moderation, transparency reporting, intermediary liability, and disinformation. She is currently also a Fellow at and the Vice President of the Internet Law & Policy Foundry, as well as a Non-Resident Fellow at the Esya Centre in New Delhi.
Singh was previously a Millennial Public Policy Fellow, also in the Open Technology Institute program, and a Cybersecurity and Technology Fellow at the Young Professionals in Foreign Policy. Before joining New America, Singh was a Public Policy Fellow at Twitter's headquarters in San Francisco. She has also previously worked at the World Bank's International Finance Corporation and UNICEF in Indonesia. Originally from India, Singh holds a B.A. in International Development as well as Media Studies from the University of California, Berkeley.
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