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Appendix A: Committee Member and Staff Biographies
Pages 75-82

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... For 5 years, he served as a member, and for 1 year as chair, of the Federal Networking Council Advisory Committee. He served as chair of the National Research Council committee that produced the report Commercial Multimedia Technologies for 21st Century Army Battlefields.
From page 78...
... Mr. Cook specializes in information security law, computer and network security liability issues, intellectual property litigation, Internet and Web liability and commerce issues, e-commerce transactions, and competitive intelligence issues surrounding corporate efforts to monitor their competitive environment and the resulting liability issues.
From page 79...
... , where she had responsibility for legal, economic, social, and technological issues related to information and communications technologies, biotechnology, environmental and energy technologies, technology policy, and other advanced technology fields. As the administrator in the Information, Computer and Communications Policy Division of OECD's Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry, she focused on identifying emerging issues related to protection of personal data and privacy, security of information systems, cryptography technology and policy, and protection of intellectual property.
From page 80...
... Dr. Schutzer's projects include electronic banking and electronic commerce, bill presentment and payment, risk management, customer behavior modeling and mathematical marketing, and new product design.
From page 81...
... He has lectured to a wide variety of audiences on topics related to computer crime and economic espionage and serves as an adjunct professor of cyberlaw at the Columbus School of Law at the Catholic University of America. He received a I.D., magna cum laude, from Harvard Law School in 1994 and then clerked for fudge Mark L
From page 82...
... Patterson is a study director and program officer with the Computer Science and Telecommunications Board of the National Academies. She is currently involved in several CSTB projects, including a project that explores the intersection of geospatial information and computer science research communities and a congressionally mandated study on Internet navigation and the Domain Name System.

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