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Sanjay Jolly is the executive director of the Program on Law and Political Economy at Harvard Law School (LPE@HLS) and a doctoral candidate at the University of Pennsylvania's Annenberg School for Communication. His research examines the politics of information and communication technologies, the relationship between technology and empire, and the implications of transnational information governance for the Global South. Previously, Sanjay was the C. Edwin Baker Fellow at the media reform organization Free Press and a Fulbright Scholar based in Ecuador, where he studied the implementation of South American media reform laws. Sanjay has been a maker and advocate for social movement media in both the United States and Latin America, including as policy director of the Prometheus Radio Project. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan's Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy and the University of Pennsylvania Law School.