Camille François researches the intersection of new technology and politics, with a focus on robotics and cybersecurity. She works on the law and politics of cyberwar and the building of norms for peace in cyberspace.
Camille has led inititiatives in organizations such as the French Prime Minister’s task force on Open Data & Open Government, Mozilla, DARPA as well as Google, the French-American Foundation & the Software Freedom Law Center.
She’s passionate about online freedom and serves as a member of the Freedom Online Coalition’s International Working Group on an Internet Free and Secure. She’s a Digital Advisor to Libraries Without Borders and a member of the Scientific Committee of the French Wikimedia Foundation.