Greg Elmer (PhD, University of Massachusetts) is Bell Globemedia Research Chair, Associate Professor of Radio TV Arts, and
Director of the Infoscape Research Lab at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada. He is coauthor of Infrastructure Critical
(with A. Renzi, 2012), Preempting Dissent (with A. Opel, 2008), and author of Profiling Machines: Mapping the Personal
Information Economy (2004).
Ganaele Langlois (PhD, York University) is Assistant Professor in the Communication Program
at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology and Associate Director at the Infoscape Centre for the Study of Social
Media. Her research focuses on the intersection between software, capitalism, subjectivity, and language, and is influenced
by software studies and autonomist theories. Her articles have been published in Culture Machine, Fibreculture, New Media
& Society, and the Canadian Journal of Communication.
Fenwick McKelvey (PhD, York-Ryerson University) is Postdoctoral
Fellow in the Department of Communication at the University of Washington. His research questions the relationship between
communication and control in digital media. He explores this relationship through studies of Internet routing algorithms and,
more recently, political campaign management software.