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Re: [tor-talk] Call for volunteers for UCL Usable Security, Privacy, and Tor study
Count me in.
my skype: operationmindcrime88
non-activist (normal 21-year-old student from Argentina)
By the way, I'm not as tor-savy as roger or any or you guys. I run a
relay, saw defcon/c3 talks, etc but I will not be able to answer
questions about the math behind crypto, or very hard stuff.
Aside from that I think I'm ok and I'll be happy to help in anything I can
On Wed, Feb 15, 2012 at 3:30 AM, Andrew Lewman <andrew@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I've started working with some students at University College London to
> help them figure out usable security, privacy, and tor. We need some
> volunteers willing to be interviewed via phone/skype/gchat by the
> Preferably, you self-identify as either an activist or a non-activist
> normal person who uses Tor at least monthly. Three people from each
> category (activist/non-activist) would be ideal.
> We will try to protect your privacy, but assume this first part of the
> study is not anonymous.
> If you're interested in helping out, please email me directly. I'm
> going to take the first three people that respond from each group.
> There will be a second part of the study where we'll look for a large
> amount of anonymous feedback at some point in the near future.
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