Amy Schatz focuses on tech policy issues from Washington, D.C., including the Federal Communications Commission, privacy & legislative issues.
She most recently covered implementation of the Affordable Care Act for The Wall Street Journal, where she was a reporter for a decade, covering tech policy from 2005 through 2012.
Before joining the Journal, Amy covered Dell for the Austin American-Statesman. She wrote about Austin Internet start-ups in 1999 and, a year later, began writing about bankruptcy court, where most of those startups landed. She began her reporting career in a bureau of the St. Petersburg Times.
A native Hoosier, Amy graduated from Indiana University and received an M.B.A. from Georgetown University in 2012.
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