Originally from Canada, Raegan is based in Brussels, Belgium, where she leads Mozilla’s Public Policy work in the EU, and specialises in net neutrality, privacy and data protection. Raegan is a member of the Steering Group for Code Red, a global initiative to accelerate reform of security organisations. She is also an Advisory Board member of the Brussels Privacy Hub, an academic research institute focused on privacy and data protection.
Published in: HomeThe EU could be a global standard setter on surveillance reform, but actions speak louder than words
Despite landmark court cases, many member states in the EU continue to push forward with overbroad surveillance laws.