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Natalija Bitiukova

Board Member

Natalija Bitiukova is a data protection lawyer based in Copenhagen, Denmark. She also serves on the boards of the Lithuania-based watchdog Human Rights Monitoring Institute (HRMI) and Berlin-based non-profit Civil Liberties Union for Europe. Natalija researches the implications of online manipulation and data misuse for democratic processes and has recently co-authored the study commissioned by the European Parliament (LIBE) on the impact of propaganda on the functioning of the rule of law in the EU. Before that, Natalija completed a traineeship with the European Data Protection Supervisor where she contributed to the Supervisor’s Opinion on Online Manipulation and Personal Data and held a position of the Deputy Director of the Human Rights Monitoring Institute where she led legal work in the areas of digital rights, rule of law and criminal justice.