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April Falcon Doss spent over a decade at the National Security Agency, where she was Associate General Counsel for Intelligence Law. She later served as Senior Minority Counsel for the Russia Investigation in the United States Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. Prior to her federal service, April worked as a public defender, civil litigator, and in-house counsel to a private college. Today, she practices privacy and cybersecurity law, and teaches at the University of Maryland law school.
April is a frequent commentator on issues relating to cybersecurity, privacy, and national security. She’s the author of the book CyberPrivacy: Who Has Your Data and Why You Should Care (2020). She has appeared on CNN, CBC, NPR, and MSNBC. She's been quoted in The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, Wired, Axios, Politico, as well as industry-focused publications such as Law360 and CIO Magazine, and scholarly publications such as the Journal of Business and Technology Law. Her articles have appeared in The Atlantic, The Weekly Standard, Bustle, Lawfare, and elsewhere. She’s on Twitter @AprilFDoss.
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"April Falcon Doss's book "Cyber Privacy" is a must-read for anyone interested in this fast-evolving topic... this very readable explanation of the major topics, players, and issues - current and future - is an essential guidebook."
-Rick Ledgett, Former Deputy Director, National Security Agency