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Dana works with the policy team to research and advocate for communications-policy solutions that serve the public interest. She has written extensively on issues of broadband access and affordability, runaway media consolidation and Net Neutrality. A former Free Press intern, she earned her B.A. in communications and public service at the University of Pennsylvania, where she wrote her thesis on the rhetorical history of the municipal-broadband debate in Seattle.

Expert Analysis

  • Explainer
    Internet Access
    Net Neutrality

    So Many New Lawmakers Love Net Neutrality

    January 4, 2019

    Of the nearly 100 new House members, at least 70 percent of first-term Democrats have publicly stated their support for real Net Neutrality.

  • Insights & Opinions
    Internet Access

    The Racial Digital Divide Persists

    December 13, 2018

    In 2016, Free Press released a report showing that systemic racial discrimination contributes to the digital divide. The Pai FCC is only making matters worse.

  • Explainer
    Internet Access

    FCC Chairman Pai Leans Into 5G Hypocrisy

    October 2, 2018

    Pai has dismissed concerns about the impact of the Trump administration’s tariffs on 5G deployment — claiming that local governments are the real villains here.


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