Andrew Clement is a Professor in the Faculty of Information at the University of Toronto, where he coordinates the Information Policy Research Program, and is a co-founder of the Identity, Privacy and Security Institute. With a PHD in Computer Science, he has had longstanding research and teaching interests in the social implications of information and communication technologies, and in human-centered, participatory information systems development.
His recent research has focussed on public information policy, internet use in everyday life, digital identity constructions, public participation in information and communication infrastructures development, and community networking. Among his recent projects is the IXmaps internet mapping tool, which helps unmask NSA warrantless wiretapping activities. Clement is a co-investigator in The New Transparency Research Initiative. [Download the full video]