Frederike heads Privacy International’s work on corporate exploitation. As a representative of Privacy International, Frederike has given expert evidence in the European Parliament, the Belgium Parliament and the UK House of Lords. She regularly speaks at international conferences and comments on the privacy implications of emerging technology in the British and international press. In 2016, she was a Transatlantic Digital Fellow on cybersecurity and platform regulation with the Global Public Policy Institute in Berlin and New America Foundation in D.C. Previously, she worked with the Centre for Internet and Human Rights, as a technology reporter and in the R&D department of an online newspaper. She holds an MSc in Internet Science the University of Oxford and a BA in Philosophy and Politics from Maastricht University and was a visiting scholar at the philosophy department of Bogazici University in Istanbul. From 2008 – 2013 she received a scholarship by the The German Academic Scholarship Foundation. In 2018, she co-authored a book on data justice with Nicolai publishing in Berlin.