Rowena Rodrigues of Trilateral Research Ltd. (deputy coordinator of the SATORI project) gave a session on “Social Media Research, Security and Privacy” at the Association of Research Managers and Administrators (ARMA) Workshop on Managing Publication Authorship and Social Media held at the Wellcome Collection, London, on 28 June 2016.
In her presentation she highlighted the ethical challenges of social media research and specifically discussed security and privacy issues (using case studies). Rowena also introduced the SATORI project and its key outputs such as its:
- Report on the Comparative analysis of ethics assessment practices (pdf)
- (Handbook) of participatory processes (pdf)
- Report on legal frameworks that guide or constrain ethical procedures within research in the EU (pdf)
- Report on International differences in ethical standards and in the interpretation of legal frameworks (pdf)
Rowena also highlighted ongoing developments such as the roadmap for a common EU ethics assessment framework and the CEN workshop agreement on ethics assessment of research & innovation. The event was targeted at academia and also featured sessions on dealing with authorship, promoting research outputs and publication ethics. ARMA is the UK’s professional association for research managers and administrators. The workshop was delivered in partnership with the Association for Research Ethics (AfRE).