• Assistant Director

Jacqueline Malaret

Jacqueline Malaret is an assistant director at the Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab (DFRLab) based in Washington, DC. Jacqueline received a bachelor’s degree in international affairs from George Washington University and Sciences Po Paris, with an emphasis on national security politics and comparative political, economic, and social systems. During her undergraduate studies Jacqueline worked as a peer writing preceptor for a course on nuclear security. Her interest in disarmament and arms control led her to the DFRLab, where she conducts research on, and advocates for institutional policies which promote digital resilience in the public and private sector.

October 2023

As Israel and Hamas go to war, the Digital Services Act faces its first major test

by Rose Jackson, Jacqueline Malaret

The EU’s first actions in the context of the conflict will inevitably set standards for this landmark law’s long-term impact
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December 2022

An introduction to the Freedom Online Coalition

by Rose Jackson, Leah (Léa) Fiddler, Jacqueline Malaret

The Freedom Online Coalition (FOC) is comprised of thirty-four member countries committed to advancing Internet freedom and human rights online.
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March 2022

Yandex suppresses Ukraine war information for Russian internet users

by Jacqueline Malaret

Russia’s most popular search engine is limiting information about the invasion for people using Russian IP addresses.
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