Taylor Moore

Taylor Moore

Free Expression Fellow, Center for Democracy and Technology

Taylor Moore is CDT’s Free Expression Fellow. Her work focuses on preserving the Internet as a global platform for speech and association, democratic accountability, the free exchange of information and ideas, and the freedom of thought.

She previously served as the Google Policy Fellow for Public Knowledge, where she was involved in advocacy work related to net neutrality, intellectual property, and internet governance. Taylor also served as the fellow for the Institute for Intellectual Property and Social Justice, where she supported new paradigms for the creation, management, and exploitation of knowledge resources, and worked within a wide spectrum of IP stakeholders. Before graduating from Howard University School of Law, she worked as a law clerk for Commissioner Mignon Clyburn at the FCC and the American Civil Liberties Union.

The Big Data Society: How Algorithms Shape Opportunity and Disadvantage

Grand Ballroom, Washington Court Hotel

Description: This conversation will explore insights on Big Data, how inaccurate and discriminatory algorithms can harm consumers, and how data can advance social good.

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