Robert Potter, non-resident cyber security fellow at CRS, was quoted in the recent SCMP article on the probe of China researcher in New Zealand.
“Robert Potter, a fellow at the Center for Rule-making Strategies at Tama University in Tokyo, said the case raised academic freedom concerns. ‘The complaints haven’t been made public,’ said Potter, who has collaborated with Brady on research and signed the letter supporting her. ‘It is highly abnormal to run a review into research ethics prior to giving a reply by aggrieved parties through the journal process. It’s highly selective and utterly at odds with academic freedom.'”
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