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  • Carnegie Mellon University
    PhD Computer Science
  • University of Connecticut
    BS Computer Science & Engineering
  • State of Connecticut
    General Equivalency Diploma
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Garden. Fence repairs. Solar panels. Septic tanks. Chickens. Sheep. Chainsaw lessons. Tractor shopping. Learning to cook on a Rayburn. Watching Lancashire's B4RN project while waiting for Superfast Cymru.
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Colouring outside the lines.
Employment
  • Google
    Director of Privacy, Product and Engineering, 2011 - 2013
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    Engineering Privacy Lead, 2008 - 2011
  • Google
    Applied Security Lead, 2006 - 2008
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    Software Engineer, Security, 2003 - 2006
  • University of California, Berkeley
    Visiting Scholar, 1999 - 2003
  • Carnegie Mellon University
    Research & Teaching Assistant, 1993 - 1999
  • Hartt School
    Itinerant Database Programmer, 1991 - 1993
  • Hartt School
    Administrative Assistant, 1990 - 1991
  • ConnPIRG
    Various Stuff, 1989 - 1989
  • Connecticut Student Loan Foundation
    Clerk Etc, 1986 - 1989
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Demand Saudi Arabia stops torturing Raif Badawi. Raif will dealt another 50 lashes this Friday - and every week, until he has been flogged 1,000 times. All because he blogged about free speech.
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Originally tweeted by Tim Minchin ‏@timminchin- Bit of quantum physics via @IFLScience pic.twitter.com/ms9kTYhAaK
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I find it hard to understand how Social Security can be "cut" when our dollars directly fund it, and its sole use is supposed to be to fund retirement.  I agree with Ms. Warren's sentiment, Social Security itself needs an overhaul.

If it were a standalone investment product, no financial advisor in the world would recommend you investing in it.
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"I can tell you it didn't happen that way because I was born nine years after the first world war began. I can attest that life for most people was spent in abject poverty where one laboured under brutal working conditions for little pay and lived in houses not fit to kennel a dog today. We must remember that the war was fought by the working classes who comprised 80% of Britain's population in 1913.

Today, we have allowed monolithic corporate institutions to set our national agenda. We have allowed vitriol to replace earnest debate and we have somehow deluded ourselves into thinking that wealth is wisdom. But by far the worst error we have made as a people is to think ourselves as taxpayers first and citizens second."
I will remember friends and comrades in private next year, as the solemnity of remembrance has been twisted into a justification for conflict
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Jacky Davis: The health industrial complex has been eyeing up the NHS budget for years. Building the myth that it is 'outdated and unaffordable' is just the first step
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This gives me a cold shiver.

It reminds me of the rhetoric that proceeded the introduction of university fees. And a decade or so it moved from 3k GBP to 40k GBP at the same time as resulting in a net funding decrease to the universities.

I do not understand the British political group's obsession with deconstructing the welfare state.
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Exciting!
Cambrian Wildwood is an ambitious project to restore the wildwood to a large area in the Cambrian Mo
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Who we are. Our vision. To solve pressing humanitarian challenges with detection rats technology. Our mission. To develop detection rats technology to provide solutions for global problems and inspire positive social change. Our core values. Quality - Demonstrating and promoting high standards ...
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What an awesome Kiwi.
Nancy Wake, "the White Mouse" and the most decorated woman of the 1939-45 war, disliked people messing around with her life story. Small wonder. It was an extraordinary story and an extraordinary life.
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And I like her because she had contempt for the French:
'her parachute had snagged in a tree. The French resistance fighter who freed her said he wished all trees bore "such beautiful fruit". Nancy retorted: "Don't give me that French shit."'
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There's no financial, ethical or clinical justification for NHS charges
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The health industrial complex has been eyeing up the NHS budget for years. Building the myth that it is 'outdated and unaffordable' is just

Parky meets Leanne!
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Click here to read Plaid’s Westminster candidate in Ceredigion, Mike Parlers' account of the “in conversation” event between himself and Lea

Paul Krugman won’t save us: We need a new conversation about inequality
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Democrats are scared of class. But issues like inequality are why liberals exist, and talk can't be left to elites

Willow & Hall
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Willow & Hall sells high quality sofa beds, sofas, armchairs and mattresses. . . the type of lovely products which would usually put a rathe

Departing Public Utilities Commissioner Has Strong Words For Utilities, ...
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Revealing that his fight against prostate cancer has taken a turn for the worse, California Public Utilities Commissioner Mark J. Ferron res

This year, I will wear a poppy for the last time
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Harry Leslie Smith: I will remember friends and comrades in private next year, as the solemnity of remembrance has been twisted into a justi

Ralph Miliband: six key ideas from his books
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The Daily Mail slurred him as the 'man who hated Britain' but what did the late academic really stand for?

Reaching for the pillars: The conservative plan is sabotage
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Direct assaults on government fail because people want a secure retirement and education. So the right fights dirty

Blame the Constitution for this mess
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Our system of government gives opposition parties the power to cause crises. Why wouldn't they use that power?

Gone Fishin'
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The Politics Blog from Esquire features the best daily politics analysis and political blogging from Charles P. Pierce, John H Richardson, T

Atul Gawande: Obamacare and Obstructionism
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As of October 1st, healthcare.gov is scheduled to open for business. How this will unfold, though, depends on where you live. Governors and

Why Scandinavian Prisons Are Superior
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'Open' prisons, in which detainees are allowed to live like regular citizens, should be a model for the U.S.

Humanizing The Religious Other: Pope Francis Takes A Step Forward | The ...
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“At odds since colonial times, Catholicism and Afro-Brazilian religions have embarked on a process of mutual acceptance. Pope Francis added

What is behind this fracking mania? Unbridled machismo
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George Monbiot: The prime minister's love of shale gas is not driven by jobs or energy security, but a fixation with manly extractive indust

Native trees help wildlife – so why do councils plant so many exotic ones?
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George Monbiot: Some non-natives, the best known being the London plane, are useful but opportunities to harbour life are continually missed

Trayvon Martin's America
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Talking in France about race and the United States. The Atlantic in Paris Dispatch #11

Neonicotinoids are the new DDT killing the natural world
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George Monbiot: UK is collaborating in peddling the corporate line that the toxic insecticides are safe to use – they are anything but

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It’s page three, not online porn, that is the real threat to young women...
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David Cameron is wrong to try and ban pornography online when the casual objectification of women continues as a decoy for vicious xenophobi

I've used AnyJunk London twice now in the past couple of years and they were great both times. Their website has a really nice way of helping you estimate how many cubic meters you have, and their people have been consistently prompt and quick and pleasant. I've got them permanently bookmarked.
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I've used AnyJunk twice now in the past couple of years and they were great both times. Their website has a really nice way of helping you estimate how many cubic meters you have, and their people have been consistently prompt and quick and pleasant. I've got them permanently bookmarked.
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