As a Future Tense fellow, Ammori will write a book about the First Amendment in the twenty first century. He is the author of a short book, On Internet Freedom, which discusses current and future political threats to Internet freedom in the US. Ammori is a leading First Amendment scholar and Internet policy lawyer who has advocated for net neutrality rules and represented consumer groups in the Comcast/BitTorrent case. He previously served as the General Counsel for Free Press, one of the nation's leading media reform and open Internet organizations, and as a fellow at Georgetown's Institute for Public Representation. He has been a law professor co-leading a program on cybersecurity and technology law at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, working with the Air Force and Strategic Command in Omaha, and is currently an Affiliate Scholar at Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet & Society. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor and Harvard Law School.