John P. Sullins is an associate Professor at Sonoma State University in California where he has taught for six years. He received his PhD in 2002 form the Philosophy, Computers, and Cognitive Science program at Binghamton University in New York. His current research and publications involve the study of computer ethics, malware ethics, and the analysis of the ethical impacts personal robotics technology is having on our lives. He has given numerous public and academic lectures on these topics and has published numerous papers.