Will Duffield

Policy Analyst

CATO Institute

Will Duffield is a policy analyst in the Cato Institute’s Center for Representative Government, where he studies speech and internet governance. His research focuses on the web of government regulation and private rules that govern Americans’ speech online.

Duffield recently contributed a chapter on internet decentralization to Libertarianism.org’s Visions of Liberty, and his work has appeared at the Cato JournalVolteface, the Legatum Institute, and the Adam Smith Institute. Prior to becoming a policy analyst, he worked at Cato as a research assistant to John Samples.

Duffield received a BA from Sarah Lawrence College and completed an MS in political theory at the London School of Economics.

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