William J. Brennan Fellow,
ACLU Speech, Privacy, & Technology Project
Samia Hossain (@samia519) is the William J. Brennan Fellow with the ACLU’s Speech, Privacy & Technology project. At the ACLU, she has been involved in litigation defending the media’s right of access to judicial executions, fighting laws that curtail free expression, and protecting digital privacy. Samia is a graduate of UC Berkeley School of Law, where she worked on an NSA surveillance case as a student in the Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic. Prior to law school, Samia spent a year in Cairo, Egypt as a Fulbright Fellow teaching conflict resolution skills to forced migrant communities.