Sarah McKune is a senior researcher for the Citizen Lab at the Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto. Her research and analysis focuses on cyber threats targeting civil society, control of surveillance technology exports and international cyber security initiatives.
Prior to joining the Citizen Lab, she was Law Officer and Special Assistant to the Executive Director at the nongovernmental organization Human Rights in China, where she focused much of her efforts on the counter-terrorism policies and human rights impact of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. Her previous experience also includes work as a litigation associate at the New York office of Morrison & Foerster LLP, and teaching English in China.
Articles by this author:
Google’s Dragonfly: A Bellwether for Human Rights in the Digital Age
by Sarah McKune and Ronald Deibert
Aug 2nd, 2018
Encryption, Anonymity, and the “Right to Science”
by Sarah McKune
Apr 28th, 2015