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Referent: Elizabeth Stark
Elizabeth Stark is an open internet advocate who taught at Stanford and Yale and helped to lead the anti-SOPA movement. She serves on the board of Demand Progress and is an entrepreneur-in-residence at Stanford's StartX.
Elizabeth Stark has taught at Stanford and Yale about technology and the Internet. She is a cofounder of the Open Video Alliance, which seeks to promote innovation and free expression in online video. Stark has spent years working on open Internet issues, and was one of the key organizers in the anti-SOPA movement that engaged 18 million people worldwide. She is a mentor with the Thiel Fellowship, serves on the board of Demand Progress, and is an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Stanford's StartX. Stark is a graduate of Harvard Law School and
an affiliate of Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society.