The Proportionate ID research project is funded as part of the Information Policy Research Program (IPRP) by grants from the Social Science and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) for Performing Identities (2008-2011) and the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada’s Contributions Program (2010-2011).
You are welcome to view our original proposal for the project here. (pdf file)
Prop-ID is one of several ongoing IPRP initiatives including:
- The Canadian Identity Forum, a website fostering discussion on enhanced driver’s licenses and radio-frequency identification;
- IX Maps, an interactive tool designed to permit Internet users to see the route that their packets take across North America;
- PIPWatch, (pdf file) a web browser toolbar designed to help users determine which websites they visit comply with Canadian privacy legislation.
The Prop-ID team is as follows:
- Dr. Andrew Clement, project lead, University of Toronto Faculty of Information
- Eleonore Fournier-Tombs, workshop facilitation
- Matt Jensen, voice-over and on-camera work
- Brenda McPhail, prototyping testing and fieldwork
- Grant Patten, videography and literature review
- Alex Tichine, Android development
- Jennette Weber, designer and ID overlays