April 22nd, 2021


My tweets

  • Wed, 12:36: I wonder if our university comms team had two potential messages at the ready, a la Nixon and Apollo 11 https://t.co/guAOt4Ps8F
  • Wed, 12:45: Tired: courage to take ports away Wired: courage to bring ports back https://t.co/sClIwoq2Ee
  • Wed, 13:38: I think "is this human subjects research" has always been a somewhat subjective question, and the perspective of researchers and IRBs on this question is evolving. But precisely because of the subjective nature of these questions, this case is worth discussing. https://t.co/tjXRpkwMEY
  • Wed, 15:39: RT @UMNComputerSci: Leadership in the University of Minnesota Department of Computer Science & Engineering learned today about the details…
  • Wed, 15:58: RT @nikitab: @ljean @ncweaver @jhasomesh Yup from the companion report to Menlo (p24) https://t.co/syYa1u7bV4 https://t.co/puHiQvUmWo
  • Wed, 20:05: Today is a good day to (re-)read The Menlo Report
  • Wed, 21:19: I think I disagree with @SarahJamieLewis about the limits of what can be learned while ensuring prior consent of (all) participants but there are lots of great ideas here for how to do malicious bug research more respectfully (and effectively) https://t.co/UPlenT4oH3
  • Wed, 22:47: RT @adamdoupe: There's a lot of discussion now of human subjects in Computer Science / security research, the role of the IRB, and ethics…
  • Wed, 22:48: RT @adamdoupe: 2. Any research experiment that has potential for harm to humans, involves deception, or has no consent should require full…
  • Wed, 22:52: Yes! Had I been writing (or reviewing) the IRB appli a for this study, I think it’s likely I would have missed the harm that the relationship between research and OSS communities (already not uniformly positive) would be impacted https://t.co/ALztmLFpCj