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Public-advocacy groups make ‘toughest job you’ll ever love’ pitch to technologists

By Charlie Mitchell / August 8, 2019

LAS VEGAS. Demand is growing at public-interest groups and in academia for technologists to help these organizations take on the cyber-related policy challenges they increasingly face, according to a Wednesday panel here at Black Hat.

“China versus Amnesty International is not a fair fight,” said Bruce Schneier of Harvard Law’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society. “We can help make it a fairer fight. You won’t get paid as much, it’s hard work and working with small budgets.” But...


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