Eliška Pírková is working on a doctoral dissertation focused on freedom of expression on the Internet, online content regulation and intermediary liability. She also works as Access Now’s Europe Policy Analyst and Global Freedom of Expression Lead based in Brussels. Before Access Now, she was a trainee at the EU Fundamental Rights Agency, where she researched and co-drafted policy papers concerning online terrorist content, the impact of Artificial Intelligence on fundamental rights and the use of face recognition technologies by public authorities. Eliska holds a European Master degree in Human Rights and Democratisation, and has researched and worked in the field of minority rights at a number of institutions, including the Council of Europe and the European Centre for Minority Issues in Kosovo. Eliska is a research fellow at the Privacy and Sustainable Computing Lab in Vienna.