Prior to joining ZwillGen, Kelsey interned at the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) where she worked with attorneys on emerging digital liberties issues related to privacy and speech. At EFF, she focused on the constitutionality of the USA FREEDOM Act and the role of the First Amendment in the regulation of social media content and non-consensual intimate media sharing. During the fall of 2015, she worked as a Certified Legal Intern in Florida’s Eighth Judicial Circuit and served as co-counsel on two criminal cases.
At the University of Florida Levin College of Law, Kelsey worked as a research assistant for the Center for Governmental Responsibility where she researched and wrote about the state of modern data breaches and the Fourth Amendment implications of the Snowden disclosures. Her co-authored article, Privacy, Mass Intrusion and the Modern Data Breach, will be included in the Florida Law Review’s May 2018 book. She also served as the Senior Articles Editor for the Journal of Technology Law & Policy and the Executive Vice President of the Florida Trial Team.
Joining California and Delaware, Nevada now requires website and online services operators to post a notice detailing their privacy practices. Nevada’s law is set to take effect on October 1, 2017 and is ...Read More
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