EPIC Senior Counsel & Amicus Director
Megan Iorio is Senior Counsel and Amicus Director at EPIC. Megan’s work covers a wide range of issues, including the Fourth Amendment, First Amendment, biometric privacy, privacy implications of web scraping and aggregation of “publicly available” information, privacy rights enforcement and justiciability, robocall protections, and limiting the flow of location data. Megan has filed amicus briefs on emerging privacy and technology issues in cases before the U.S. Supreme Court, federal appellate courts, and the high courts of California, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts. Megan has also argued for EPIC before the New Jersey Supreme Court in State v. Andrews (compelled decryption of a cell phone) and Bozzi v. City of Jersey City (right to privacy in personal information in government records).
Previously, Megan was the Organizing Director of Just Foreign Policy, where she led grassroots campaigns promoting progressive foreign policy reform. Megan graduated from Georgetown Law, where she was a Public Interest Fellow. During law school, Megan worked at the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) in Jerusalem, Georgetown’s Human Rights Institute, and Georgetown’s Center on Privacy & Technology. She received her undergraduate degree from New York University. Megan is a member of the D.C. bar.
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