understanding the importance and impact of anonymity and authentication in a networked society
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James Wishart
LL.B. Candidate, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa


James Wishart is an LLB candidate in the English Common Law program at University of Ottawa. His background is in the history of medicine, where he earned an M.A. and most of a PhD. at Queen’s University. James is interested in intersections of law and medicine, with respect to regulation and distribution of new medical technology, medical ethics, social engineering, and population health. He has published articles on the history of nursing and the political economy and history of hospitals. Currently, James is carrying out research on the medical uses of RFIDS and on personal health information privacy legislation.
 
 
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