Dr Monica Horten is a Visiting Fellow, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) She served as a Council of Europe expert on the Programmatic Co-operation Framework for Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia, and was a member of the Committee of Experts on Internet Freedom. She authored a report for the Center for Democracy and Technology on intermediary liability in the EU.
She has conducted training sessions and Round Tables for industry and government. She writes the influential IPtegrity blog on European Internet and copyright policy - http://www.iptegrity.com - attracting an international readership including academics, lawyers and policy-makers. She has a long track record as a writer on telecommunications and Internet matters, and has previously written for the Daily Telegraph and the Financial Times. Her extensive portfolio includes published articles on telecoms and mobile phone markets, and the Internet. Dr Horten researched her PhD at the University of Westminster from 2007-2010. She holds an Masters degree with distinction in Communications Policy, a postgraduate diploma in marketing (DiP M), and a Bachelor of Arts from the Australian National University.