Andi Wilson

Policy Analyst, Open Technology Institute

Andi Wilson is a policy analyst at New America’s Open Technology Institute where she focuses on issues including vulnerabilities equities, encryption, surveillance, and internet freedom. 

Before joining New America, Wilson received a master of global affairs degree through the Munk School at the University of Toronto. While there she conducted research on how revelations of increased internet surveillance have impacted the ability to identify global threats.

Wilson completed a placement at the Embassy of Canada in Bangkok, where she covered the transnational crime, human rights, and cyber files for Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia, and Laos.

Her Honors BA is in political science, also from the University of Toronto.

All Work

OPEN TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
Deciphering the European Encryption Debate: France

With a new president who has taken an aggressive stand on encryption, it seems that the encryption debate in France is just beginning.


OPEN TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
Deciphering the European Encryption Debate: Germany

Germany has a unique relationship with encryption that stands in stark contrast with that of the U.K. and France.


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Deciphering the European Encryption Debate: United Kingdom

This paper, the first of a four-part series, assesses the state of the encryption debate in the United Kingdom.


OPEN TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
Robyn Greene Testifies Before House Homeland Security Committee

Robyn testified about the mutually reinforcing relationship between privacy and security.


OPEN TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
Work on Things That Matter

Join Code for America and New America on February 23rd to learn more about career opportunities from employers.


Protect the Free and Open Internet

New America's Open Technology Institute proposes four steps that the incoming administration should take to preserve global digital culture.


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Protect the Free and Open Internet

Over the past quarter-century, both Democratic and Republican administrations have supported a free, open, and globally connected internet.


OPEN TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
A #Netfreedom Agenda for the 45th POTUS

This event follows the launch of: Internet Freedom at a Crossroads: Recommendations for the 45th President’s Internet Freedom Agenda


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Internet Freedom at a Crossroads

Support for the promotion of internet freedom cuts across partisan lines.


CYBERSECURITY INITIATIVE
A Brief History of Law Enforcement Hacking in the United States

This overview highlights major trends in investigative hacking.


OPEN TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
Beyond Bug Bounties: Five recommendations for securing the vulnerabilities ecosystem

Policymakers have a number of opportunities to influence the flow of vulnerabilities and make the digital ecosystem much safer for all.


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Hey Congress - Help the Hackers Out

Who do you call when your company or agency is confronting a massive data breach?