I’m a doctoral student in the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford, and a researcher working with the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism and the Max Bell School of Public Policy at McGill University. I’m also affiliated with the Centre for Technology and Global Affairs at Oxford, the Project on Internet and Democracy at Stanford, and in the past have been based at the Oxford Internet Institute and the Liu Institute for Global Issues.
I research content moderation, platform governance, and the use of automation online. My work brings together perspectives from political science with a range of interdisciplinary approaches to digital media research and platform studies to better understand dynamics of power, regulation, and contestation around contemporary technology policy issues.
My academic articles have been published in Information, Communication & Society, Policy & Internet, and Internet Policy Review. I also enjoy writing for magazines and public audiences: I contribute to the Los Angeles Review of Books and have written on tech and politics for Wired UK, the Washington Post, Foreign Affairs, and other popular outlets.