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The Identity Project

    Research Team

    Research coordinator: Dr Edgar Whitley, Reader in Information Systems, LSE

    Professor Ross Anderson, Cambridge
    Adrian Beck, University of Leicester
    Ralf Bendrath, University of Bremen
    Kristin Boa, University of Toronto
    Nicholas Bohm
    Daniel Boos, Switzerland
    Dr Stefan Brands, McGill University
    Dr Ian Brown
    Tony Bunyan, Statewatch
    Dr Nadia Caidi, University of Toronto
    Marco A. Calamari, Italy
    Shami Chakrabarti, Liberty
    Professor Roger Clarke, Australia
    Professor Andrew Clement, Canada
    Dan Cooper, Covington and Burling
    Mike Cushman, LSE
    Ian Dowty
    Terri Dowty
    Mark Dziecielewski
    Alberto Escudero-Pascual, Sweden
    Joseph Ferenbok, University of Toronto
    Federico Ferretti, University of Leeds
    Jens Franz, SOAS
    Teresa Hackett, Ireland
    Kathrin Gerst, Germany
    Marc Gilman
    Dr Brian Gladman
    Andrea Glorioso, Italy
    Wendy Grossman
    William Heath, Kable

    Rikke Frank Jorgensen, Denmark
    Jeegar Kakkad
    Philippe Martin, Kable
    Meryem Marzouki, France
    Ariosto Matus-Perez
    Dr Eileen Munro, LSE
    Sjoera Nas, The Netherlands
    Dr Peter Neumann, SRI International
    Professor Toshimaru Ogura
    Joe Organ, Oxford Internet Institute
    Nicholas Pauro
    Daniele Pica, LSE
    Dr Chris Pounder, Pinsent Masons
    Professor Angela Sasse, UCL
    Bruce Schneier, Counterpane Systems
    Dr Susan Scott, LSE
    Dr Barbara Simons
    Dr Steve Smithson, LSE
    Nina Somera, Philippines
    Jay Stanley, ACLU
    Barry Steinhardt, ACLU
    Toby Stevens, Enterprise Privacy Group
    Peter Szyszko, Covington and Burling
    Gohsuke Takama, Japan
    Sarah Thatcher, LSE
    Prodromos Tsiavos, LSE
    Rosemary Walsh
    Jeremy Wickins, University of Sheffield.
    Johan Wilhelmsson, Swedish Ministry of Justice
    Derek Wong

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