understanding the importance and impact of anonymity and authentication in a networked society
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Jennifer Chandler
Assistant Professor, University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law

Stream 2 - constitutional and legal aspects of anonymity


Jennifer Chandler joined the Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa in 2002, where she is currently teaching 'tort law' and 'technoprudence-legal theory in the information age'.

The overarching theme of Professor Chandler's research is law, science and technology, particularly with respect to the social and environmental effects of emerging technologies and the interaction of emerging technologies with law and regulation.

In addition to work fitting within this broad theme, Professor Chandler has also written extensively in the areas of cybersecurity and cybertorts.  Other recent articles have addressed the adequacy of the Canadian regulation of GMOs, pharmacists and conscientious objection, the ethics of non-financial incentives to donate organs, and liability for online reputation systems.
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