Sara Sorcher is the deputy editor of Passcode, a section from The Christian Science Monitor that covers security and privacy in the Digital Age. Based in Washington, D.C., Sorcher covers Internet policy throughout the federal government and military; the business of cybersecurity; and national debates over online privacy. Previously, Sorcher was National Journal’s national security correspondent, reporting from the Pentagon, State Department and Capitol Hill. Before that, Sorcher worked as a freelance journalist in Israel. Her print and video articles were featured in outlets including ABC News, The New York Times and Time.
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