Watch Tim Bray’s presentation on “Internet Identity, Security and Privacy in the Age of Snowden”

Posted on Thursday, May 1st, 2014

Written by Liaison

The School of Computer Science welcomed alumnus Tim Bray back to the University of Guelph on January 15th, 2014 for a presentation and networking event on internet security and privacy.

Tim Bray is one of the University of Guelph’s more successful and notable alumni. After graduating with a B.SC. in Mathematics and Computer Science and working for a computer company and a telephone company, Mr. Bray became manager of the New Oxford English Dictionary Project at the University of Waterloo, which led to the co-founding of Open Text Corportation, Canada’s largest software company. He has helped raise five rounds of venture capital and is an occasional angel investor.

Mr. Bray has also written over a million words on his blog at tbray.org and is widely followed on Twitter and Google+. He has been working as a Developer and Advocate at Google since 2010, first on Android and more recently on Internet Identity and Security. He has strong roots at the University of Guelph; he received an Honorary Doctorate in 2009, and is a strong supporter of the Better Planet Project.

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