[LINK] Airport to tag passengers

Adam Todd link at todd.inoz.com
Mon Oct 16 11:16:22 AEST 2006

At 10:38 PM 15/10/2006, Geoffrey Ramadan wrote:
> From a researchers academics perspective, institutions generally provide 
> independent "ethics boards" to review all proposed research (Though I am 
> not sure if they apply to all disciplines, but I do know they exist for 
> many medical, life sciences areas etc) to ensure issues you raised in 
> your paper are considered.

Yes but the Ethics boards are only as ethical as the member who are on 
them!  And all too often, the wider community's ethics are more broad than 
the personal interests of ethics boards!

I won't even START to list examples of "ethics" boards, which manditorily 
includes Directors of Companies!

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