understanding the importance and impact of anonymity and authentication in a networked society
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Jason Millar
M.A. Candidate, Department of Philosophy, University of Ottawa

e-mail: jmill047(at)uottawa.ca

Jason Millar is currently completing a Masters degree in Philosophy at the University of Ottawa.  His particular interests lie at the intersection of ethics, the philosophy of technology, and the philosophy of mind.  Prior to his current studies Jason received an Honours degree in Philosophy from the University of Ottawa and a degree in Engineering Physics from Queen's University. In his engineering life Jason worked for a couple of companies designing microchips for the telecommunications industry.


- Ethics
- Philosophy of Technology
- Philosophy of Mind
- Cryptography
- Personal Area Networks in cyborg applications, including their impact on the concept of identity and autonomy


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