About the Author

Milo Trujillo (he/him) is a computer and social scientist at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, a systems designer with The Pursuance Project, and an engineer at Distributed Denial of Secrets. His current research focuses on intentional community design and information flow in networks. This encompasses topics including cybernetics, censorship and propaganda, social effects of types of anonymity, distributed systems, and cross-network dynamics. His older work focused on surveillance and security.

He is the founder and lead developer for the Daylighting Society, and formerly co-taught an introductory course for RPISEC, RPI’s computer security club.

Sometimes he writes about himself in the third person.

You can find his resume here. He is on Twitter and GitHub.