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Elodie Vialle is a journalist working at the intersection of Journalism, Technology and Human Rights. She focuses on countering online abuse of journalists while protecting freedom of expression. 

She is a Berkman Klein Center Affiliate, a Member of the International Women Media Foundation’s Advisory Board on online harassment and collaborates with PEN America. She often speaks as a guest lecturer at universities, engaging with the public, tech companies and authorities on challenges faced by journalists and media outlets. Elodie was previously a Knight-Wallace Fellow at the University of Michigan and the Head of the Technology Desk at Reporters without Borders in Paris, where she monitored emerging threats undermining journalism and developed projects to defend the freedom of online information.  

As an international media consultant, she has supported the improvement of news coverage in francophone countries through the use of new technologies for the last 10 years. She was Editor-in-chief of an online media dedicated to social innovation and the non-profit sector, hosted a program on change-making initiatives at the national french radio France Inter and began her career as a TV journalist at the main french news TV channel.