Mary Rundle is a Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Harvard Law School. Her interests include how new tools for digital identity management can strengthen user control and contribute to a person's autonomy.
Mary Rundle is an Identity Policy Strategist at Microsoft and also wears an OII Research Associate hat.
She has enjoyed researching how new tools for digital identity management can strengthen user control and contribute to a person's autonomy as the world becomes ever more integrated in the Information Society. In addition, she hopes to bring people together in an interdisciplinary discussion on a Policy and Legal Framework for Identity Management. The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation sponsors OII activities in these areas.
Positions held at the OII
- Research Associate, May 2008 - September 2011
- Visiting Fellow, September 2006 - April 2008
- Rundle, M. (2007) The New Identity Management Infrastructure: Helping Governments Serve Citizens. Presented at the workshop 'Fostering Innovation in eGovernment', Barcelona, 9 March 2007.
- Rundle, M. (2006) International Data Protection and Digital Identity Management Tools (using icons to express user preferences). Presentation at IGF2006 Privacy Workshop 1, Athens 2006.
- Rundle, M. and Conley, C. (2007) Ethical Implications of Emerging Technologies: A Survey. UNESCO.
- Rundle, M. (2007) e-Infrastructures for Identity Management and Data Sharing: Perspectives across the Public Sector. Oxford Internet Institute Forum Discussion Paper No. 12, University of Oxford.
- Rundle, M., Blakley, B., Broberg, J., Nadalin, T., Olds, D., Ruddy, M., Thompson Mello Guimaraes, M. and Trevithick, P. (2007) At a Crossroads: Personhood and Digital Identity in the Information Society. OECD.
- Rundle, M. and Trevithick, P. (2007) Interoperability in the New Digital Identity Infrastructure.
- Rundle, M. and Laurie, B. (2005) Identity Management as a Cybersecurity Case Study. Berkman Center Research Publication No. 2006-01.