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lications on communications policy have appeared in the Yale Law Review, Global Networks, Computerworld, Wired, Social Research, Electronic Networking: Research, Applications & Policy, and Whole Earth. He is also a commentator for NPR's Marketplace Radio.

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LYNETTE I. MILLETT is a study director and program officer with the Computer Science and Telecommunications Board of the National Research Council. She is currently involved in several CSTB projects along with the authentication study, including a comprehensive exploration of privacy in the information age and a study examining the fundamentals of computer science. She is also exploring possible study options for CSTB with respect to the issues of open source software development, dependability of complex software systems, and women in computer science. She recently completed the CSTB study that produced Embedded, Everywhere: A Research Agenda for Networked Systems of Embedded Computers. Before joining CSTB, she was involved in research on static analysis techniques for concurrent programming languages as well as research on value-sensitive design and informed consent online. She has an M.Sc. in computer science from Cornell University. Her undergraduate degree is in mathematics and computer science from Colby College. Her graduate work was supported by both an NSF graduate fellowship and an Intel graduate fellowship. While at Cornell, Ms. Millett cofounded its Engineering Graduate Student Association.

JENNIFER BISHOP is a senior project assistant with the Computer Science and Telecommunications Board of the National Research Council. Before moving to Washington, Ms. Bishop worked for the City of Ithaca, New York, coordinating the Police Department's transition to a new SQL-based time accrual and scheduling application. Her other work experience includes designing customized hospitality industry performance reports for Ithaca-based RealTime Hotel Reports, LLC, maintaining the police records database for the City of Ithaca, and hand-painting furniture for Mackenzie-Childs, Ltd., of Aurora, New York. She is an artist working in oil and mixed media and is currently attempting to make her professional debut on the Washington art scene. Ms. Bishop holds a B.F.A (2001) in studio art from Cornell University.



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