Emily Dreyfuss

Senior Editor, Technology and Social Change Research Project

Emily Dreyfuss is the Senior Editor at The Technology and Social Change Research Project at Harvard’s Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy. She is the former editorial director of Protocol. Previously, she was a senior writer at Wired, covering the impact of technology on society, and before that she was a senior editor at Wired and the senior programming manager at CNET. As the 2017 Harvard Nieman-Berkman Klein fellow, Emily studied how the internet changes the historical record. Her work has appeared in Pop-Up Magazine, The New York Times, The Atlantic, and The Week. She lives in San Francisco.

Emily Dreyfuss is the Senior Editor at The Technology and Social Change Research Project at Harvard’s Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy. She is the former editorial director of Protocol. Previously, she was a senior writer at Wired, covering the impact of technology on society, and before that she was a senior editor at Wired and the senior programming manager at CNET. As the 2017 Harvard Nieman-Berkman Klein fellow, Emily studied how the internet changes the historical record. Her work has appeared in Pop-Up Magazine, The New York Times, The Atlantic, and The Week. She lives in San Francisco.

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