The Ken’s recent article on IFF
My co-founder at Internet Freedom Foundation (IFF), Apar Gupta, recently joined the organization full-time as its first executive director. He put on hold his law practice — he’s an attorney in the Supreme Court — to focus on building IFF up as an effective advocacy organization.
Two other co-founders, Kiran Jonnalagadda and Nikhil Pahwa, believe in an alternate, volunteer-led model to digital rights advocacy. They left their part-time roles at IFF to focus on projects in this model, Speak For Me (SFM) and Kaarana. While we have disagreements on how best to organize, we all share a common vision for digital rights and the same respect and trust for each other that brought us together two years ago. In fact I and another co-founder remain active in both IFF and SFM without issue.
The Ken recently published a story about the changes at IFF, where they largely ignored the news of Apar...
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