I’m assuming it’s GA Tech based on the email addresses they use, but, they could be anyone. Not that I give security researchers the benefit of any doubt, anymore.
@ashfurrow Reminds me of when the University of Minnesota was blanket-banned from further contributing to the Linux kernel because of their "security research"
@gudenau they use an outlook domain with like a ga.tech.password.research123456 format for the username
"Third, I will use the lessons learned from this experience to write and post a formal research ethics case study, explaining in detail what we did, why we did it, what we learned, and how researchers should approach similar studies in the future. I will teach that case study in coursework, and I will encourage academic colleagues to do the same. While I cannot turn back the clock on this study, I can help ensure that the next generation of technology policy researchers learns from it."
Jonathan can act on that point right now by reaching out to gatech to get them to stop their research
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