Alexander R. Galloway
Alexander R. Galloway (US) is an author and programmer.
Alexander R. Galloway is a founding member of the software collective RSG (the Radical Software Group), and created the projects Carnivore, a networked surveillance tool based on the notorious FBI software of the same name (which won a Golden Nica winner in the 2002 Prix Ars Electronica) and Kriegspiel (inspired by Guy Debord's 1978 board game).
Galloway is the author of Protocol: How Control Exists After Decentralization (2004), Gaming: Essays on Algorithmic Culture (2006), and,The Exploit: A Theory of Networks (with Eugene Thacker, 2007).
Galloways teaches at New York University, and was 2007's honorary resident of Eyebeam, NY.