Holden is a Technology Policy Fellow at International Digital Accountability Council (IDAC).
Holden Williams is a Technology Policy Fellow working with the International Digital Accountability Council’s (IDAC) investigation and policy team. He is focused on information privacy and is interested in ethical design and use of technology.
Holden graduated from the Georgetown Law Center as a part of the inaugural Master of Law and Technology (MLT) cohort. While at Georgetown, Holden was an extern at the Center for Democracy and Technology working on the Research and Equity in Civic Tech researching the use of surveillance software in K-12 during the COVID-19 pandemic. He is continuing his work this summer with Georgetown Law’s Communication and Technology Law Clinic as a research assistant.
Prior to the MLT, Holden graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.A. in Political Science and minors in Computer Science and Cognitive Science.