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Stephanie Wang

Stephanie Wang is a resident fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School, where her work is focused on the OpenNet Initiative.

She was formerly a Law Program Officer at Human Rights in China (HRIC), where she developed individual case advocacy on behalf of Chinese rights defenders, lawyers, and journalists, including media work, reports, and submissions to international and bilateral bodies. At HRIC, Stephanie also conducted research and analysis on topics in building Chinese rule of law, including criminal and criminal procedure law, freedom of expression and Internet regulation, and others. In 2004-5, Stephanie worked in Beijing on advocacy and research promoting the rights of people with HIV/AIDS in China as a Henigson Fellow with the Harvard Law School Human Rights Program. As part of this work, she conducted research on access to HIV antiretroviral drugs in China and compulsory licensing, domestic patent protections and the WTO TRIPS agreement. Also in Beijing, Stephanie completed a multi-disciplinary study on the evolving concept of discrimination in Chinese society for the Ford Foundation.

Stephanie graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with a BA in History and Asian American Studies, and received her JD from Harvard Law School.


Oct 21, 2007

Pulling the Plug: A Technical Review of the Internet Shutdown in Burma

This bulletin examines the role of information technology, citizen journalists, and bloggers in Burma and presents a technical analysis of the abrupt shutdown of Internet…