Danielle Kehl

Danielle Kehl is a policy researcher focusing on broadband policy, Internet governance, spectrum allocation, and ICT4D at the New America Foundation’s Open Technology Institute.

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July 31 2014 11:00 AMHow the NSA Hurts Our Economy, Cybersecurity, and Foreign Policy
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Jan. 30 2014 10:25 AMTime to Rethink Tech Sanctions Against SudanThey are making it difficult for activists to use secure communication tools and putting them at risk.
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Oct. 11 2013 10:13 AMSacre Bleu! Americans Pay Six Times More for Mobile Internet Data Than the French.
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June 18 2013 8:43 AMBad ConnectionObama wants to bring better broadband to schools. But how will he pay for it?
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April 17 2013 7:15 AMA Failing Grade for BroadbandEducation technology can’t fulfill its promise if students can’t get online.
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Dec. 14 2012 4:43 PMDid the U.N. Internet Governance Summit Actually Accomplish Anything?
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March 31 2014 4:37 PMThe Dictator’s Little HelperHow to stop Western companies from exporting surveillance technologies to authoritarian governments.
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Jan. 10 2014 9:03 AMThe Comcast-Khan Academy Partnership Could Be Trouble
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Sept. 26 2013 1:45 PMHigh Cost and Lack of Access Keep Millions of Americans Offline. That's Insane.
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May 30 2013 11:22 AMConfusing Sanctions Are Aiding Government RepressionBy keeping important technologies out of the hands of Iranian and Syrian activists.
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Jan. 18 2013 4:09 PMCelebrate Internet Freedom Day by Acknowledging How Far We Still Have To Go
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Dec. 11 2012 3:58 PMA Half-Time Analysis of the Summit That Could Shape the Future of the Internet