I worked with researchers to report first on privacy issues with fertility app Premom. My work was cited by Congress.
I spent eight months investigating working conditions at Amazon’s warehouses and uncovered ongoing OSHA violations. My work was cited by Congress.
My story about the impact of the Trump administration’s gutting of the Lifeline program for domestic violence victims was shared by over a dozen members of Congress during Lifeline Awareness Week.
I spoke with inmates and dug into state records to uncover how private prison technology companies are price gouging inmates.
For my story on FCC oversight, I obtained exclusive FOIAs from American Oversight discussing conflicts of interest with AT&T.
I was the first reporter to cover Facebook’s civil rights audit after the Definers incident. Less than a week later, Facebook announced that the audit would be released.
The Technology 202: Congressional fight over funding for digital learning could leave behind as many as 15 million kids // Washington Post
The Technology 202: Facebook struggles to keep violent ‘boogaloo’ content off its platform// Washington Post
The Cybersecurity 202: Privacy experts say many coronavirus apps aren’t doing enough to safeguard users’ information // Washington Post
We May Not Know When Automation Will Take Over, but the Anxiety Is Already Here//Slate
Startups are Finally Starting to Take On Foodstamps//Wired
“AI Doesn’t Get Black Twitter”//Inverse
Can Virtual Reality Bring Back The Arcade?//Slate
“Why the Creators of Billions See the Show as a ‘Rorschach Test’ for the Trump Era” // Mother Jones
“These Latina Avon Sellers Have Dominated A Beauty Company Modeled On White Womanhood” // BuzzFeed
“Tonya Harding’s Redemption Still Has Strings Attached“// Buzzfeed
“What It Means to Be a Working Class Brand in America Today”//Esquire (feature story)
“Searching For The Girl Next Door”/ feature Mel Magazine (Medium staff pick with 10,000+ page views)