About Me

My name is Anna Ablove, and I am a Computer Science PhD student at the University of Michigan, studying under Prof. Roya Ensafi. My research centers on network security and Internet freedom, particularly at the intersection of computer science, policy, and human rights. Generally, I focus on topics such as network measurement, censorship/geoblocking, and the integration of user perspectives. More recently, I’ve been interested in how big tech can aid Internet accessibility and transparency.