Antonella Napolitano is a tech policy expert and advisor on strategic comms and impact, with a focus on technology on society and human rights, particularly on migration, welfare and reproductive rights. Currently, she works with public interest journalism newsrooms and human rights organizations in Italy and Europe, and recently authored the report “Artificial intelligence: the new frontier of the EU’s border externalisation strategy” for human rights NGO EuromedRights. Previously, Antonella was Senior Policy Officer and Network Coordinator at Privacy International, where she developed a workstream on migration and surveillance technology and led the engagement of the organization’s international network of partners. Before joining PI, she was Communications Manager at CILD, the Italian Coalition for Civil Liberties and Rights, where she also led the Civil Liberties in the Digital Age program. In the past she was also Europe Editor of Personal Democracy Media, covering civic technology and political participation in Europe, and worked as Communications and Media consultant for the public and private sector.