About CDD

The Center for Digital Democracy (CDD) is recognized as one of the leading consumer protection and privacy organizations in the United States. Since its founding in 2001 (and prior to that through its predecessor organization, the Center for Media Education), CDD has been at the forefront of research, public education, and advocacy protecting consumers in the digital age. It has helped foster widespread debate, educating a spectrum of stakeholders, and creating a legacy of government and self-regulatory safeguards across a variety of Internet and digital media platforms. CDD’s public education programs are focused on informing consumers, policy makers, and the press about contemporary digital marketing issues, including their impact on public health, children and youth, and financial services.

Board members include: Lauren-Glenn Davitian [chair], Prof. Wilhelmina M. Reuben-Cooke,  Michael Brody, MD,  Prof. Nolan Bowie, and Prof. Oscar Gandy.

CDD's 2014 annual report is attached.