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James Losey is a fellow with the Open Technology Institute at the New America Foundation. He focuses on communications and digital divide issues in the United States and Europe. Mr. Losey has published articles and chapters with Advances in Computing, Ars Technica, CommLaw Conspectus, IEEE Internet Computing, IEEE Spectrum, and Slate.
Prior to joining New America, Mr. Losey worked with Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington and interned in the Office of Congressman Donald J. Cazayoux (D-LA). Before coming to Washington, D.C., Mr. Losey was a sound engineer and youth mentor at Verge Concerts. Mr. Losey graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a B.A. in interdisciplinary studies with a research focus on the relationship between power and the media. His undergraduate thesis discussed the dilemma created by the different definitions of truth used in political and press fields.