A journalist who is coding and speaks to her computer with a command line. Julie Gommes has worked for editorial print, web and radio before becoming a trainer in the drafting of a French newspaper in Laos, teaching journalism in Egypt and gaining Infosec experience during revolutions in Egypt and Syria. For several years she’s been studying the „jihadist“ movement and the rise of anonymisation and encryption techniques in the Middle East and is the author of a book about the revolutions in several of these countries “There were once revolutions” (Ed. The Seagull, 2012). Julie now works in particular studying international conflicts on the Internet, teaching security for journalists and participates in some groups in France fighting for NetNeutrality.