Jeffrey Fox is the Technology Editor for Consumer Reports and its online counterpart, ConsumerReports.org. In this role, he directs magazine and web coverage of Internet and computer-related products and services. Mr. Fox also edits reports on spam, spyware, viruses, filtering software and Internet privacy. He is the writer of such reports as: Cyberspace Invaders (2002), Digital Chaperones for Kids (2001), Big Browser is Watching You (2000), and Is Your Computer Spying on You? (1997).
Mr. Fox has served as a panelist at FTC workshops on Consumer Information Security (2002) and Consumer Privacy (1997). He served as a speaker at the 2002 national conference of Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE). Before joining Consumer Reports, he was the co-founder and president of consumer software publisher, Fox & Geller, Inc. Mr. Fox holds an M.S. in Journalism from Columbia University School of Journalism, an M.S. in Information Science from Harvard University Graduate School of Arts & Sciences/Harvard Business School, and a B.E. in Engineering Science from SUNY at Stony Brook.