understanding the importance and impact of anonymity and authentication in a networked society
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Jeremy Hessing-Lewis

 

 

 

 

Jeremy Hessing-Lewis
LL.B. Candidate, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa


Jeremy is a second year student in the English Common Law program at the University of Ottawa.  Before arriving in the bureaucratic heartland, Jeremy spent 5 years in preparatory school at Queen's University completing a BaH in Philosophy and Computer Science as well as an MSc in Information Systems at the London School of Economics.   During this time, Jeremy worked with Creative Commons England & Wales and is now a member of the Creative Commons Canada team.  Somewhere along the way, Jeremy developed a healthy scepticism of information technology.


He joined the On the Identity Trail project in Winter 2006.

Research:
-Copyright and DRM
-RFID and biometric identification

 

Research

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Authentic[N]ation: A short story on the ID Trail

A Flickr of Web 2.0 

 
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