Erin Anzelmo presently lives in Brussels. She studied her master's degree in International Law (LL.M.) where her research focused the internet and international law. Erin has worked with a think-tank, the Global Trust Council (GTC), in Malmo, Sweden on eIdentification, consulting on human rights in the digital realm as well as issues of biometric data. Erin served as assistant to the Secretariat of the European eSkills Association (EeSA) in Brussels, as well as volunteering with ISOC to form the ISOC Rwanda Chapter. She is published in The Brussels Journal of International Relations on Cyberspace and International Law. Presently, she is working on matters involving the Internet of Things ....and is nutty for privacy.