Assignment Tracker 2.0/Richard Drucker
As a child, he was obsessed with revolutionaries and felt that it would be his destiny to become one himself. Like many would-be revolutionaries, Drucker had issues with rage and anger, which were intensified by feelings of abandonment typical of children orphaned at a young age. A college brush with Zen and Hindu philosophy tempered his violent streak, but not his revolutionary zeal, a zeal that only grew when his ability to hear and interpret all forms of communication signals first manifested.
Drucker became part of the core team first tasked by the U.S. government to create a nationwide communications network. This network grew into today's Internet, an industry in which Drucker earned a sizable fortune. Sometime in the 1980s, while doing business in India, Drucker vanished "off the grid" and was not heard from again until communications were intercepted coming from the Kingtom [sic] of Bhutan. Company operative Bob Bishop was dispatched to locate Drucker, but only succeeded in turning up Drucker's long time personal pilot and confidant, Hampton Connolly.
Drucker was presumed dead, but further investigation revealed he had become, like Hana Gitelman, a kind of computer program crawling through the world's systems. Detected by Matt Neuenberg (see case file C025), Drucker and Hana were both completely vaporized by Elle Bishop and no longer pose any threat to Company dealings.